Slobodan never thought he could be free, but Jesus gave him a new start. Now Slobodan urges Roma in Croatia and Serbia that there is a better way.
During their visits in Serbia, Moldova and Montenegro the two MDT Love Europe teams had many experiences, as well as opportunities to share God’s love.
Iranians in Serbian refugee camps are turning to Jesus, becoming baptised and sharing their faith—events that one OM leader describes as being straight out of the Book of Acts.
Goran’s decision to follow Jesus challenged the cultural values and traditions he grew up with, causing him to live differently in his community.
Debora from Mexico will soon join OM in Serbia to serve refugees. She's been three times already as a volunteer...what keeps bringing her back?
“This publication is a tool to help those who will join Goran in sharing the gospel among Gurbet-speaking Roma, and lays the foundation for future Christian materials.”
As refugee numbers soar locally, the local government in Sid, Serbia, asks OM to help them again. OM gets their tent out again.
OM Serbia, with the help of volunteers from several nations, are providing sweet tea, and friendship, to the refugees at a camp in Sid, Serbia.
Michel Di Feliciantonio and three other Italian Christians spent a week in Šid, Serbia, helping refugees on their way into Europe.
In his third update from Serbian/Croatian border, Volker Sachse says that in spite of increasingly difficulties, he can see God’s peace touch local people.
A team at the Serbian/Croatian border provides relief to migrating refugees. OM Germany leader Gian Walser talks about the work and its impact on him.
In this second update from the Serbia/Croatia border, OM leader Volker Sachse describes moments of God’s peace that transforms people in a dire situation.
In this account of events along the Serbian border, one OM leader paints a picture of a dire situation, with glimmers of hope in Jesus.