A Miracle For Reaching Migrants in London
There are thousands of Migrants living in the East of London (UK). Many came for economic or political reasons or they have to flee their county because of war and destruction. Who is reaching these uprooted people for Christ? World Team has launched a new initiative to reach migrants in the East of London.
As we have started to work among the migrants in East London, God let us see a miracle. Our workers have asked to rent an empty church in the town. The people who owned this building said: “We do not want to rent it to you; we would like to give it to you!” So our team got a great building for the work among the many migrants in that town.
The goal is to establish a Ministry Center for Outreach and Training. But we need your help! If you are young and dynamic and want to reach migrants for Christ, we need you. If you have experience in discipleship, we need you. If you are good in social media or administration, come and join our Center. If you are good in construction and maintenance and can help the team with your practical gifts, we need you.
Even if you are retired and interested in discipling young people, please get in touch with us. Because of visa issues, we are looking especially for people coming from Europe and for retired people who would like to come for two to three months to help out. We want to build a whole new team around our new center in order to reach migrants for God’s kingdom through a holistic ministry and training.
If you are interested to support this new project with your prayers and finances, please get in touch with us for more information.
Click here to contact World Team if you are interested to join the new project in East London (UK)
Click here to Give Now in support of the new ministry Center.
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