During my Bible readings in my time in the Horn of Africa, Psalm 42 came up multiple times. At the start of 2019, I asked God to renew my love for music and He told me to write more songs, which in actuality was far out of my comfort zone…
August has been a warm, eventful month for YWAM Nuremberg! This month our staff community grew by five! We are so excited to see how God will use each of our new staff here in Nuremberg and throughout the nations.
God is not limited to our own courage or ability to share his message eloquently. Our most impactful relationship created during our time in Zahlé began when we were feeling by no means courageous or brave, stranded on a roundabout surrounded by busy traffic…
Man’ooshe (plural being mana’eesh) is a Lebanese street food. Bakeries selling man’ooshe are scattered throughout Lebanon. Enjoyed whilst on-the-go or to eat traditionally in the morning for breakfast or a quick snack.
The beginning of June kicked off with our base in full team-hosting mode, as an outreach team from South Africa had arrived the latter part of May. It’s always wonderful to have the energy and life that a team brings with them permeate through the base, and this was no exception!
Aisha ist eine unglaubliche Frau aus Ägypten, die, um mit einer muslimischen Menschengruppe, genannt Beduinen, zu arbeiten, in den Libanon zog. Wie sie auf die Berufung, Seine Liebe mit ihnen zu teilen, umgeht, ist mehr als nur inspirierend…
We are in the midst of some wild and crazy times! Here is the latest YWAM Nuremberg Update as we continue stepping out in faith to see properties and resources released so that we can see a whole new generation of missionaries launched from Germany and into the Nations.
“Art is another language to speak about the love of God where there are no borders. With a picture everybody sees it and everybody can understand it…it has something that cannot be limited by language.”
Already we have seen God open doors for us and we’re amazed that we’ve even been given the option to buy the building. Having a permanent home in Nuremberg would mean more room for young people to come for DTS and to be sent out to the field to share the Gospel…
Christians are called to a life of obedience to God by following Jesus’s Great Commission. Every Christian is on a journey with God in stepping into a greater relationship of obedience and sacrifice with Him
Our team was full of creative potential; musicians, fine artists, videographers, photographers, graphic designers- armed with our weaponry of cameras, paintbrushes, and guitars our battle cry had fallen relatively flat in the five weeks spent handing out tea to tired hands, giving dry clothes to people sodden and desperately frozen by the icy crossing of the Turkish/Greek border.
When God calls together a group of people, and they work as the body of Christ they are, the possibilities are as limitless as the creativity of God himself. Visions and dreams become reality and like an arrow in the hands of the most perfect archer, the target will always be hit
What an amazing Autumn it’s been! Right now we are incredibly privileged to have all the beds in our base housing filled with young people, coming from across globe, seeking to be equipped and sent into the nations. We pray and are expectant for thousands of people from unreached areas of the world to hear and receive the Good News through them and the impact they’ll have.
Spring is finally here and so are the new students of our second Trail-less DTS which began last week. Trail-less staff and students also went camping during their first weekend here. This school is called to be adventurous and go where others might not be willing or able to go