From Europe to the World

For many years, Global Initiative instructors have trained young missionaries at the Romanian Center for Cross-Cultural Studies (CRST). During this academic year, Harry Morin and Fred and Annette Farrokh taught the second-year students intensive classes in ministry to Muslims.

Like many European Christians, our friends at CRST have noted that this is the 500th Anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation in Europe. Martin Luther’s nailing of his “95 Theses” to the church door in Wittenburg, Germany is considered by historians as the beginning of the Reformation.

Revival fires are burning once again in Europe! Many of our missions students are now touching nations around the world. We were delighted to hear that these students have recently been on internships to Iraq, Bangladesh, Mozambique, Lebanon and Turkey. These are serious and committed young missionaries with long-term goals to touch the world. They have learned worship songs in Turkish to minister to Turks. They are also studying English to travel internationally. Some are even so fluent in English that they can teach it overseas!

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