evangelism, church planting, evangelism, outreach
The Czech Republic is one of the most secular countries in the world. Moreover, the church has not been growing over the last few decades. This case study presents the church planting efforts in the city of Liberec, focusing on an outreach center started by a small number of Christians with the goal of sharing Christ’s love in culturally relevant ways. The initial efforts led to a family-centered activity center with many programs that helped develop personal relationships, trust, and open doors to share the gospel. An English class and gospel choir have been at the center of the outreach, but many other activities have been initiated according to the various needs that the leaders saw. This culturally sensitive approach to sharing Christ’s love has led to the formation of a small church.
Činčala, P. (2020). A MISSIONAL OUTREACH MODEL IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC, A POSTCHRISTIAN, SECULAR CULTURE. Great Commission Research Journal, 12(1), 55-65. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol12/iss1/4