Church plant sets down roots in Poland

By July 13, 2009

Poland (MNN) — SEND International reports that a Polish
church plant  in Wroclaw, Poland
has begun a new project.

Emmanuel Fellowship has begun evangelistic outreach to the
local high security prison in their town. Pray for life transformation for the
dozen inmates attending the weekly Bible studies led by Emmanuel leader,
Andrew, a former prison guard. 

This is encouraging progress for the church. SEND's goal is to mentor the process of
church planting and indigenous missions. They need long and short-term
personnel from around the world to join these church-planting teams. 

According to their team, they need people
with strong relational skills long-term who would be active in friendship evangelism and
discipleship, and others with strong skills in teaching, preaching and
leadership training to facilitate formal training.  

On a regional basis, they need team members to coordinate
networking among the church plants. Short-term missionaries and summer teams
could help with English, sports, music, and arts as vehicles for outreach.

Pray that this prison ministry will prosper and bear eternal fruit for the Kingdom.

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