Your Invitation to Help Reach and Engage Influential Europeans with the Love of Christ
While the Apostle Paul is famous for his three missionary journeys, his final journey – the one from Jerusalem back to Rome (Acts 21-28) serves as our inspiration for the mission of Momentum Europe. In these chapters, which comprise 25% of the book of Acts, we see how God uses influential leaders to accomplish His purposes. As Paul moves toward his destiny in Rome God used a commander (of 1,000 men) named Lysias, a centurion (overseeing 100 men) named Julius, a governor named Felix, another governor named Festus, a mayor named Publius and a King named Agrippa. Although none were followers of Jesus, all had influence that God used for the sake of His Kingdom.
Europe today is filled with gifted and talented leaders. In the great capital cities of Europe, as well as hundreds of regional capitals across the continent, there are tens of thousands of people of means and influence for whom the Gospel is neither good news nor old news, but simply unknown news. These men and women constitute the front lines of 21st century mission efforts. We know that as Jesus Christ touches their lives, they can be used greatly to touch the lives of others.
For the past decade Momentum Europe has been on a journey of discovery – learning how to reach and engage influential Europeans with the love of Christ. The insights gained and the ministry and partnership models established now serve as a springboard to further growth and provide an opportunity to develop strategies to greatly expand the impact.
Momentum Europe, with the support and involvement of its Partners, has set sail on a journey of vast and strategic opportunity. As with any journey the greater the distance, the greater the need for resources – prayer, manpower and finances. But also, as with any journey destined by the Lord, the greater the distance the greater the opportunity for learning, growth, adventure and eternal impact.
Won’t you come and join with us? Let’s journey together for the sake of God’s glory in Europe.