Investing in people in Nicaragua

After our first term in Nicaragua we almost left. We came to a crisis point in our ministry and were frustrated. We arrived just after Hurricane Mitch in 1999 and saw many being converted. Evangelical churches were growing, but they were messy. Opportunities were abundant but difficult and fragile.

Anya Serdyuk

Nicaragua is the poorest country in Central America and the second poorest in the Western Hemisphere. It has widespread unemployment and access to basic services is a challenge.

Daniel and Ellie Caballero

Northern Ireland has a high percentage of evangelicals, but the Republic of Ireland has one of the lowest evangelical populations in all of Europe - around 0.5 percent.

Our Early Days in Turkey

In April 2016, we arrived in Istanbul to spend two years focusing on learning the Turkish language and culture with the longer-term plan of working alongside a national church in a smaller city elsewhere in the country.

Barry and Susana Davis

Nicaragua is considered the poorest Spanish speaking country in the world and has experienced great suffering over several decades

Tamás Burjan

There are still many opportunities in Hungary for Gospel witness in a church-context as well as in the workplace. The way church ministry is developing is based not on one single minister but

Andy and Anca Worsop

I moved to Romania 4 years  ago because I believed God had put it in my heart to serve there as a missionary.