»I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields!
They are ripe for harvest!«
Mission is Movement
»Mission is gratefulness for Calvary!«, an exclamation by Evangelist Reinhard Bonnke (CfaN). As Christians, we are carrying a powerful message – it's the message of the cross that is flowing from us into this world. The only premise is: Start moving ... and by doing so you are entering into the most exciting and probably most powerful adventure of your life. The Great Comission (Matthew 28) is Jesus instruction to each and everyone of us to go and make disciples of all nations. Is this a call too big or too challenging? We've got good news for you: Everyone who gets saved immediately becomes a missionary - right there where you live. At least that's what your divine job description says. And therefore we want to give you the opportunity to go with us into the nations - no matter if you want to join a short-term outreach, serve as a volunteer or perhaps long-term as a missionary. You will definitely come back and not be the same anymore. Our teams in Austria, in Thailand, in Mongolia, in the Philippines and the USA are welcoming you ... and if you keep scrolling, you'll find all information ...
Missions is a lifestyle
That's why we are living in communities not only in Germany but also in the nations. We bear each other's burdens, serve and work together, and we live »by faith«. We live out discipleship, which means we seek to regard others higher than ourselves and submit to leadership. Jesus was sharing his life with his disciples and the are our example (see the four books of the Gospel). When Jesus said, »Follow me«, the disciples left everything and followed Jesus immediately, The disciples made Jesus their security and their only source of provision. And that's what we also do - and have experienced for more than two decades powerful answers to our prayer and divine provision in our HELP missions.
Sharing Lives in Mission
Our biblical example are the first Christians in the books of Acts. We are living together in big and small communities. Western and local missionaries are sharing their lives. All of us have one thing in common: The desire to live a lifestyle of love, humility, transparency, forgiveness and servanthood in dedication to God and to one another. And we are having open houses and hearts to peple of all walks of life and nationality. We are family in the first place and not workers; we are an organism and not primarily an organization. We are a movement; and we are aiming to disciple people, to lead them into spiritual maturity, to train them to take responsibility and to demonstrate the kingdom of God in all areas of society.