Though some of the normal avenues for ministry aren’t feasible during the pandemic, we are finding other ways to engage Albanians.
-This month the 4 Albanian families who are part of our leadership team started a discipleship program with me, taking some more intentional steps in growth and mission together.
- I am in the midst of advertising for a virtual parent support group for Albanians - an opportunity to serve families who are walking through difficult situations with their children not just from the pandemic but from issues like ADHD and ADD.
- In September we started a monthly Bible study and a monthly fellowship time over zoom for the various Albanian families and individuals who have been part of our gatherings over the last couple of years. We had a lively discussion about hope last week during our fellowship time.
- I have recently connected with two additional churches in areas of Boston that have significant communities of Albanians and they are interested in learning and serving.
- Interconnected with all of these things are the phone calls, texts and occasional face to face meetings with Albanians, seeking to encourage them and serve them during these strange days.
Would you pray that God uses these programs and relationships to sow the gospel and grow it up in the hearts of many Albanians?