In May believers from across Europe gathered in Nis, Serbia for Together on a Mission 2019. The team running the event sent us this video that tries to capture something of the sense of unity, reconciliation, prophetic ministry and worship that characterised the weekend:
The following tweets, sent during and shortly after the conference, also convey something of the sense of God’s presence experienced by delegates.
From Rodney Sexton (@RodSexton)
Sunday pm with Roma Christians in Leskovac Serbia. Amazing trumpet-blast, call to begin. 'Wild', often simple, awesome worship. Prophetic 'selahs' - violin and drums. Kids, all ages praising. Healings expected, happening. In church and on the streets. Much to learn @RMchurches
From Ian Ormesher (@ianormy)
From Gateway Church, Munich (@GatewayMunich, part of the Catalyst Network of churches)
Heute feiern viele Christen Christi Himmelfahrt. Hast du dich schon einmal gefragt wie es sein wird mit Jesus im Himmel zu feiern? Letztens Wochenende sind wir nach Serbien gereist und dort haben wir bei einer Roma Kirche gesehen wie es sein könnte. Schau dir dieses Video!
🇬🇧Today many Christians are celebrating the Ascension of Christ to heaven. Ever wonder what it will be like to celebrate with Jesus in heaven? Last week we travelled to Serbia and the Roma Church gave us a glimpse of what it might be like. Watch this video and lift your spirit! pic.twitter.com/xguJvXydtL— Gateway Church (@GatewayMunich) May 30, 2019
As Vlada said in his message,
“We must learn to open the doors of our life to each other, and to say ‘We’re different, with different views, but come… enrich me!’”
“Behold, how good and pleasant it is
when brothers dwell in unity!
It is like the precious oil on the head,
running down on the beard,
on the beard of Aaron,
running down on the collar of his robes!
It is like the dew of Hermon,
which falls on the mountains of Zion!
For there the Lord has commanded the blessing,
life for evermore.” - Psalm 133