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God is doing
Through your generosity, God is accomplishing amazing things in our church, our communities and around the world.
Southern Serbia is the home of 3.3 million people with only 1600 known believers. This area contains mostly those who associate themselves with the Serbian Orthodox Church which is a works based false religion. Most students and those within the community do not see Orthodoxy as anything other than a traditional piece of their culture and history as a nation. Immanuel mission team will go on a 9 day trip, partnering with IMB missionaries and local Church plant, to put on a 3 day football camp and do evangelism in the city. The football team is a national team ranging from players aged 17-45. There are no high school nor college teams. Anyone is welcome to come and be a part of what God is doing in Serbia.
Decadence and indulgence have long been associated with this city, and a decade ago, most pastors viewed New Orleans as a graveyard for church plants. Spiritual warfare permeates the city. Many people considered themselves religious—even Christian—despite having little understanding of the gospel. Evangelical churches didn’t die here; they couldn’t even get off the ground. But Katrina has changed everything, and the field is ripe for harvest. Immanuel will team up with church planters to do servant evangelism across the city.