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Great that you're here. Learn more about the story and the purpose of Mission-Net (including the last Congress 2013/14), discover what it means to live missionally every day right where you are or explore the wide range of possibilties within missions.

Director's Blog

New discipleship mailing

After many months of strategising and planning, having had various meetings with key leaders across Europe, today the first newsletter on discipleship was mailed to 555 youth and youth ministry leaders across Europe.

We are utterly excited about this new tool and hope for the newsletter to have an impact, ressource youth leaders etc, so that we will disciple the next generation well and even better than before.

We pray for missional discipleship to take place so that a missional lifestyle is practised!

Strategy workshop with Alice Tlustos

Right when we were asking how can we progress with a process analysis and wondering how to go about setting new strategies etc., we met Alice Tlustos, our former Austrian Mission-Net motivator, who had just completed her BA on this!

Youth missions day in Switzerland


A fresh look at "Quiet Times"

I’m not sure how you spend your time with Jesus. Maybe you are the classical type who has a quiet time at the same time every day. You regularly meet with God for half an hour, read your Bible and speak to Jesus. If that is the case, congratulations. Quiet times seem to suit you. Great!


The situation of kids and youth in Europe today

Evi Rodemann, Director of Mission-Net shares her thoughts on the situation of kids and youth in Europe today (Foreword taken from the youth section of Debbie Meroff's new book "Europe: Restoring Hope"):


It Isn’t About Going

Eddie Arthur, Director of Wycliffe UK shares his thoughts on the Great Commission:

Everyone knows that the Great Commission says ‘Go into all the world’ or words to that effect.

Actually, it doesn’t.

Questions and Answers

Lukas Minder

Lukas Minder (Switzerland) works with Latin Link in Granada, Nicaragua. He shares about what it means to live a missional lifestyle, how to become a Christian worker, how to find one’s calling and how to prepare for the mission field:


We need you!

Dear Guys!

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We are still waiting for you!