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October 2017
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August 2017
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August 2017
Spain

An evangelical church on the tropical coast of Spain

Almuñecar is a small cosmopolitan town of around 29,000 people. There are a considerable number of foreign residents who have their second home here or come often for holidays. The town is located in the heart of what is called the ‘Costa Tropical’, between Nerja, in Málaga province, and the province of Almería. There…

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November 2016
Spain

Visiting central Spain

Studying for Spanish GCSE two years ago, I travelled out to Spain to stay with a pastor called Jose Luis and his family, who live in a small town called Moral. He is one of three pastors and four churches, part of an organisation called Spanish Gospel Mission (SGM). This is a faithful evangelical…

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January 2014
Albania

Albania – 20 years on

Shaun Thompson, of the Albanian Evangelical Mission in Gjirokastër for 20 years, reflects on the needs of Albania today.   The opening up of Albania, and later Kosova, to Christian missions, was rightly hailed as a great opportunity for the gospel. When Albanians emerged from that notorious atheistic dictatorship, many showed an interest to…

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February 2012
Albania

Albanian Evangelical Mission

World Mission Albanian Evangelical Mission Christmas Day saw the retirement of David Young, director and one of the founders of the Albanian Evangelical Mission (AEM). Here is an interview between him and William Hadspen: WH: David, how did you become drawn to Albania so many years ago? DMY: When I was 18, I worked…

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Italy – outreach in Mantova

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November 2011
Italy

Italy – outreach in Mantova

Italy — outreach in Mantova In September, the Sola Grazia church organised a five-day evangelistic outreach during the National Book Fair (Festival della letteratura) in Mantova. 110,000 people came to the event from all overItalyand from other countries. The church received much help from a Presbyterian Church in Ireland (PCI) team, along with several…

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Italy’s greatest problem

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November 2011
Italy

Italy’s greatest problem

Italy’s greatest problem Italy was once home to one of the greatest empires ever seen. It also once had an impressive role in the history of Christendom, and yet, as we fast forward to 2011, there are now nearly as many Jehovah’s Witnesses there as Protestant evangelicals. Where did it go wrong? More importantly,…

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Missionary Spotlight – Christ in postmodern Albania

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July 2008
Albania

Missionary Spotlight – Christ in postmodern Albania

Christ in postmodern Albania   Children are not only a most wonderful gift from God but a most welcome distraction from the pressures of modern living. They have a tendency to see things in black and white and are often very perceptive.   One seven-year-old described a towel as ‘the thing you clean your…

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Missionary Spotlight – Why Montenegro?

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June 2008
Montenegro

Missionary Spotlight – Why Montenegro?

Why Montenegro?   Montenegro is one of the least evangelized countries in Europe, with the lowest proportion of evangelical Christians. About 8% of the population is Muslim. Muslim Montenegrins are concentrated in certain regions, and here they form the majority of the population. There is a Roman Catholic presence, primarily on the coast.  …

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