In 1990, Albania was home to just a small handful of believers. Today, it’s sending workers to plant churches among least-reached people! And, surrounding nations in the Balkans are following in its footsteps.
Founded in 2004, Eagles of Peace helps equip Christian workers to be sent out “from everywhere to everywhere.” As the first organization in Albania that mobilizes, trains and sends church planters, Eagles of Peace recruits and prepares workers from throughout the Balkans to serve in Muslim communities in the Balkans, the Middle East and North Africa.
Ministries of Eagles of Peace include:
- GoMission Institute, a missions training program that provides specialized training for service in creative access areas. It includes courses in Muslim evangelism, crisis preparedness, worldview, language and culture learning and using vocational skills in ministry.
- Regional conferences and summits, including the first Albanian national mission conference, the first Balkan regional mission conference and a regional conference on the rise of Islam in the Balkans.
- Wingpeace Productions, through which Eagles of Peace creates quality presentations for promoting missions in Balkan churches.
- Little Eagles, a week-long program that teaches churched Balkan children about missions.
- Balkan Center for Strategic Initiatives (BCSI), which provides a strategic platform for Balkan pastors to deal with ministry challenges.
- Training and services to help mobilize workers serving in the Muslim world.
Funds raised for Eagles of Peace enable the staff of this sending organization to recruit and equip Balkan church planters. Your gift to Eagles of Peace will help believers from throughout the Balkans bring the gospel to least-reached people!
Pray for the From Everywhere to Everywhere Project:
- Praise God for building His Church in the Balkans.
- Ask God to continue to call Balkan believers to minister in least-reached communities.
- Pray that Eagles of Peace will effectively recruit and equip believers from the Balkans to serve as church planters.