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Interesting blogs about church planting

Our slogan says: following Jesus in a colorful movement. That is why we are looking for churches who are ready to plant an intercultural church. We search for pioneers who are ready to plant. We would like to see a national indigenous movement where we train those new church planting teams together. And then we support and coach them individually and collectively. We want to find out together how in this local context we can reach people and disciple them in such a way that they, in turn, start to disciple other. In doing this we aim for multiplication of disciples, leader.

Sara Mohi “The wisdom of a Persian New Year’s prayer”

"Renewer of hearts and insights, Lord of day and night, Former of times and circumstances, Form our inner being to the best state of mind."

Sara Mohi “The miracle of the flower bulb”

As church leaders, we decided that everybody would receive a Christmas gift. A card with a personal wish from our pastor, a few small bags of sweets, a candle, and a large amaryllis flower bulb.

Sara Mohi “‘Migration stains’ leave their marks in your new existence”

During a television program about mediator Frank Visser, I recently heard a Dutch word that was new to me; it can be translated as: 'migration stain'. I had never heard of it before.

Sara Mohi “Afraid of death(?)”

When the Afghan Nasira is admitted to the emergency room of the hospital, I am really not surprised. Considering her past, we knew this was inevitable.

Sara Mohi “God softened his heart”

Abufazel is one of my students at the training my husband and I made for newcomers in the Netherlands, so they get some insight into the why of Dutch values and thought patterns.

How to reach people as a church?

How to reach more people with the Good News? If you fish, cast your nets out at different levels in order to reach all kinds of people in different ways.

Theo Visser “A torch is meant to burn in the dark”

The torch is an important metaphor of missionary work and church planting. This blog describes what the torch teaches about being a disciple of Jesus Christ.

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