March Mission of the Month:
East European Missions Network
Eastern European Missions Network began in 1992 in the wake of the fall of communism. It is an evangelical, inter-Lutheran mission organization which seeks to encourage American churches to minister alongside the brothers and sisters in East European churches. Seeking to rebuild and equip the body of Christ in Eastern Europe and Russia.
EEMN’s highest priority is to help train a new generation of Christ-centered, Bible-based leaders committed to fulfilling the Great Commission and the rebuilding of the church.
EEMN works in close relationship with indigenous believers in Belarus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Ukraine, and Turkey. Bible Schools, seminaries, lay training, evangelism, discipleship, church planting, and prayers are the tools fro developing this long-term rebuilding.
As a sending agency EEMN has placed career missionaries in Poland, Latvia, Ukraine, and Hungary. From the historic fall of communism to the steady progress being made, the work of God in these nations is best described by the prophet Habakkuk, “Look among the nations and see, wonder and be astounded for I am doing a work in your day that you would not believe if told” (Habakkuk 1:5). Out of the hard and rocky soil of atheistic communism, God has prepared a field ripe for harvest.
Please prayerfully consider a donation to this month’s chosen mission. You may make checks payable to Christ Lutheran Church. Thank you for your support in our mission “To know Christ and to make Him known.”