Into The Wilderness- Summer 2017, Anthony Testa

Thanks so much for praying for us on our Leadership Training Camp two weekends ago. We were amazed at how God used this 28 hour leadership training camp to overwhelm students with His love through Jesus. Initially, we thought we were going to be training future youth leaders; however, when we met the students, we … continued

Newness of Life- Amsterdam, Netherlands

What a joy and honor to witness God’s loving hand at work in the heart of our Pakistani friend, Eli (name protected). When I first met Eli several years ago, he was the definition of “down and out”, struggling deeply with depression and drug abuse. When we went to his apartment to visit his roommates, … continued

Reaching Spain and Beyond by Dom M.

A team of 12 young people from Florida came 4-12 March to serve with us in Pamplona. Most of this group of young people used their spring break in order to help evangelize and serve. They spent time teaching daily English conversation groups, sharing the good news with students at the local university and being mutually encouraged … continued

Glimpses of Germany by Matteo E.

My time in Germany was incredibly eye opening. As you can see above, there are hundreds of refugee camps all throughout the city of Hamburg, about 300 in total. The government has placed these camps all over the city, in both wealthy parts and poor parts. Everywhere you go you find Iranians, Syrians, Afghanis, and … continued

Ministry to Refugees in Berlin, Germany by D. Goering

Among those we met in the temporary refugee shelter were these three guys from Afghanistan. They made a fancy meal for us in their modular “container” home. We also were able to give Arabic/German and Persian/German New Testaments to a couple of guys. They are from Iraq and Iran and seem eager to learn about … continued

Salvation of Miracles- by Dominic Marrone, La Roca Pamplona, Spain

In early 2016, Milagros (or Miracles) came to Spain from Argentina to be with her boyfriend, Nacho. They began to attend the worship services at La Roca Pamplona in the spring. After attending a few times, Dámaris began to meet with “Mili” to reach out to her. Mili then began to attend the women’s study … continued

Il Rifugio

In Italy, coffee is king, and bars are really coffee bars.  Aldo, who always wears a coat and tie, is a well-known barista in Torino, who for many years owned his own bar at a prime location in the city.  But when the building owner pushed him out, he essentially lost everything.  Someone invited him … 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

REACHING OUR NEIGHBORHOOD- by Sasha Zubenko, Dombrovka, Poland

Dombrovka, Poland is a small community where more than 2500 people live.  Most families here do not practice active life with God, but simply fulfill their Sunday church visits, considering that this is the meaning of the Christian life. After moving to this city, we started gathering at the house of Hani and Peter (our … continued

What if…? by Joe Dunn, Managing Director

What if…? This question, with endless possibilities of what to add afterwards, can paralyze any decision or movement forward.  However, ‘What if?’ can also open our minds to consider things we may not have been willing to contemplate or even think possible. I would like to submit this question for you to consider, as I … continued