Almost three months have already passed since the last Youth in Mission Congress took place. With more than 2000 attendees and about the same number of additional guests on sabbath, this 10th Youth in Mission Congress has been the largest one we were privileged to experience. We were able to experience God's guidance in a special way and to come closer to Him – through sermons and devotions, workshops, music, prayer and much more.Continue reading Written by Christoph Waber on Wednesday, 22 June 2016.
The Youth in Mission Congress is over, suitcases are being unpacked. Everybody is happy about being back in his/her bed and daily routine takes over again. As is the case after every event, the crucial question is: What remains? Because what remains, never becomes a thing of the past.Continue reading Written by Janet Reznicek on Tuesday, 29 March 2016.
The question why God allows suffering is difficult enough. Why God in some cases even seems to order suffering, brings us from the question of an almighty God to the question of a brutal God.Continue reading Written by Janet Reznicek on Monday, 28 March 2016.
On Sunday, we had a unique opportunity: a charity run.
The first round took place in the morning, at 09:45 am, and the second in the afternoon, at 02:30 pm, with 82 runners in total. All of the participants had chosen sponsors beforehand, who would donate a specific amount of money for each lap (approximately 670 meters) that would be completed within 45 minutes.
When the idea to create this Congress was born, it was the declared desire of the organisers to facilitate as many young people as possible regardless of their financial circumstances.Continue reading Written by Janet Reznicek on Sunday, 27 March 2016.