In Kosovo we’d like to see a church planting movement that spreads from family to family, village to village, and city to city. While there are some churches that were planted in Kosovo after the war in 1999, the Albanian population of Kosovo is still 95% Muslim and most have not heard the gospel. We want to see strong, healthy groups of believers emerge, that are studying the Bible and self-reproducing. Our aim is to sow the seed of the gospel wherever and whenever we can, and train up new believers to also be sowers to their own people and communities.
We are looking for women and men committed to discipleship and starting home Bible studies among new believers.
- Willingness to intensively learn local Albanian
- Ability to work with a team
- Strong skills in discipleship
- A strong desire to share God’s love with people
As soon as possible
Anea's story is one of abandonment, misuse, tragedy and hurt. But through OM in Kosovo's House of Joy programme, she has found hope for her, and her daughter's, future.
Although Debora's journey to get to House of Joy was one filled with valley after valley, she never lost hope and her friend Anita never stopped praying.
Exciting gospel encounters happen when disciples go out two by two, as Jesus commanded in Luke chapter 10.
Anita tells how she saw God answer her prayers in seeing Besjana from OM’s House of Joy programme reunited with her son.
In 2017, two OMers began a new ministry focussed on recording worship music in the Albanian language for the Albanian-speaking world.
Peter found a group of local men were very ready to discuss big issues with him when he went for a hair cut.