GCE’s Ukraine Crisis Response

For three decades, GCE has partnered with brothers and sisters within our fellowship of churches across all four corners of Ukraine. Our hearts are shattered by the crisis at their doorsteps and the desolation so many are facing. We call to God to be their strong fortress and rescue them (Psalm 31).  GCE’s coordinated response … continued

Emerging Life- Stockholm, Sweden- by Sarah Bedi

The weather in March can be very unpredictable. There are moments where the sun is shining, and there is hope that it will get above 50 degrees. There are even signs of flowers trying to break through the recently thawed soil. The very next day there is three inches of snow on the ground, with … continued

High School Ministry in Italy- by Paul Mieburger

In Italy, there are five years of high school.  Students study philosophy and sociology during their final year, a transition which is essentially equivalent to the first year of university  in America.  Many high school teachers are openly opposed to God and the Bible.  Yet at the same time, studies have shown that young people … continued

A New Bread Shop- by David and Amy Cato

Almost three years ago, a man from our church, Adi Buhai, met Viorel. Viorel was open to talking about God and started studying the Bible with Adi. In the months that followed, Viorel and his wife, Mirabela, got saved, and since then they have been inviting all their neighbors and family to Sunday morning Bible … continued

The Way to God- by John Goering

This year’s GCE Missionary Retreat in Malta was a wonderful time of encouragement and rest for all of us. As we drove away from an amazing week to the airport, we began a conversation with our friendly and talkative taxi driver, Mateus.  I noticed a crucifix hanging from his rear-view mirror, so I asked if … continued

The Spirit Stirring Hearts-by Frank and Pam Apisa, Milano, Italy

Last spring, before we left for the U.S., the aunt of a friend of ours asked us to help her daughter with English. The first time we met, she asked Pam “What religion are you?” Pam replied, “We don’t believe in religion, but we believe that each of us can have a personal relationship with … continued