What we did in Berlin
- Reached scores of Muslims with the Gospel of Jesus Christ
- Led dozens of outreach teams into refugee camps for ministry
- Developed relationships with care providers, secular and Christian
- Helped out at the local YWAM base
- Taught English to refugees in a classroom setting
- Led Bible studies with new and not-yet believers
- Helped other long-term missionaries get established working with refugees
What we left behind in Berlin
The English class we took on has been handed over to a long-term missionary who lived near the location and was struggling to find effective ministry opportunities. We also left a Bible study in his hands. We spent a long period of transition helping him to establish himself and his family in that place.
In the refugee camps where we worked we have helped establish a foothold for three different groups who will remain. One young lady who works with the YWAM base is now heading up a women’s ministry at one of the camps and has developed relationships with several families there. Another young lady has been credentialed for entrance into the camp and is ministering to families as well. And a pair of families with a home church is now working with many of the refugees we developed relationships with.
We continue to communicate with and encourage our refugee friends in Berlin via social media and texting. We hold them up in prayer and continue to connect teams going there with refugees who either need help or companionship.