Evangelistic campaign sees fruit in Czech Republic

By November 9, 2007

Czech Republic (MNN) — Four days of evangelization by the local church of  I.N. Network Czech Republic yielded encouraging results. Believers are important partners to the town, thanks to the activities for the young people and to the evangelistic vision of I.N. worker, Martin Cechak.

Martin's work has become a portrayal of Jesus' commandment, "Go ye into all the world." Through it, the Church has come out from behind walls, where it was situated, to speak to people in a language that they understand.

Martin has also developed such a wonderful ministry of lecture activity at schools and free time work with youth at the Jaspis Club, that today the public is looking at the local church and work of Christians through completely different eyes.

Up until this time, most of the people didn't even realize that there was a Baptist Church in town. Today the situation is completely different, and Christians are important partners to the town, thanks to the activities for young people–the climbing wall, which was built in the church's yard–and the many special activities that speak mainly to the young generation.

In light of the growth, evangelistic outreach events are becoming more common. Martin reports that two people prayed for salvation during an outreach just last month. The Lord is doing a new work in the small church as He rebuilds and strengthens it. Pray for others who also heard the Christian message.

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