Eric & Miriam Hesse - Novo, Germany
Novo works to create movements of committed followers of Jesus by pioneering new ground among the unreached and unchurched, bringing lasting transformation among the poor, and mobilizing the Church for mission.
In Germany today: less than 5% of the nation attends a local church on Sunday, only 2% of the youth call on Jesus as their Savior, the average age of an active churchgoer is over 50 years old, and over a million refugees have entered the country since 2015.
Their focus is on modeling a way of life that multiplies, equipping movement leaders, cultivating ministry partnerships, and sharing the gospel in Berlin. Berlin is one of the most atheistic places in the world and the Hesses believe it is ripe for Church planting.
Please visit their ministry website at: novo.org
Samuel Goldsmith - Radstock Ministries, Albania
Sam Goldsmith was a Hope Church member and successful businessman until he felt the call to missions. Now he is working hard alongside a local church to share the gospel in Shkoder, Albania.
Sam helps with the youth group, meeting one-on-one and having group conversations, as well as taking them to various conferences in the surrounding area to grow their faith.
He also teaches a small group, works with the youth, and assists the church in accounting.
Gregor & Kela Menga - Radstock Ministries, Macedonia
Gregor serves as a church planter and strengthener with Radstock Ministries. He and his family travel around the region to meet with fellow believers and pastors. He disciples them and equips them in their ministries. Currently their family is living and serving in Macedonia.
The Mengas offer a variety of music, art, education training, and community events through The Shift Center.