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TEN provides a network of assistance for indigenous church planting, evangelism and compassionate ministry in Eastern Europe.

Help raise £10,000 to support the work of TEN

To inspire everyone who loves walking and raising funds for TEN, we’ve set an ambitious challenge for 2021. Our plan is to encourage supporters to virtually walk, jog or cycle along the Via Egnatia— the ancient, Roman road constructed by Gnaeus Egnatius, the Roman proconsul of Macedonia in the 2nd century BC. Gnaeus, (pictured above) will be on hand throughout the challenge to spur you on and keep you on the straight and narrow! The 300-mile route starts from the port of Durrës, Albania, winds through North Macedonia and on to the port of Thessaloniki in Greece.

The whole Via Egnatia walk is divided into 10 stages covering 300 miles (equivalent to 600,000 steps!) along several stretches of the original paved highway. As one of the first Roman roads built outside of Italy, the Via Egnatia became the coast to coast route that linked the Adriatic with the Aegean and thereby avoiding the hazards of mountainous terrain and the alternative; a long, uncertain and perilous sea journey.

Harvest for the Hungry 2021: Church resources to tackle chronic hunger in Eastern Europe

SOUP KITCHENS ARE SUPPLIED

FOOD PARCELS ARE DISTRIBUTED

HOT MEALS ARE SERVED

For almost three decades Transform Europe Network has enabled its partners in Eastern Europe and the Balkans to bring food to the hungry. Lives continue to be changed. Despair keeps giving way to hope. The Gospel of the kingdom is proclaimed to the homeless, orphans and widows, the destitute and families of the terminally-ill. Thousands of people are fed.

Harvest for the Hungry is supported by the generous giving of UK churches and hundreds of individual supporters.

James Vaughton CEO introduces Transform Europe Network and explains how the vision of its founder Dave Foster and pioneer, Gary Cox continues to change countless lives today through a network of sixty national partners across Eastern Europe.

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First day back at the office with my colleagues...

Many blessings all TEN team ❤️

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Having fun with fundraising on the Via Egnatia! We've got some ideas...
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We've both registered...and now walking!

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A few weeks ago, we shared some of TEN partner, Dario Kapin's story. It was great to meet with Dario and learn more about his passion to share the gospel.

Dario was keen for us to pray for the work in Bosnia and Herzegovina. One of the major needs is for national barriers to break down so that the gospel can be shared. Dario told us:

"...here you have national identity, it’s connected with religion, with a faith. So that means that if you are born in a Bosniak family, you have to be a Muslim, if you are born in Croat family, you have to be Catholic, if you are born in a Serb family, you must be Orthodox. So, people when they face gospel, when they face Jesus, they have one of the biggest obstacles, and that’s how to leave national thing, you know and this kind of connection between nationality and religion. And mostly what people face here is that they are, let’s say, some of them really persecuted."

Please pray for Dario and Silvija Kapin, for the work in Zenica, Derventa and that despite obstacles we find hard to understand, people find the way to Jesus Christ.
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A few weeks ago, we shared some of TEN partner, Dario Kapins story. It was great to meet with Dario and learn more about his passion to share the gospel.

Dario was keen for us to pray for the work in Bosnia and Herzegovina. One of the major needs is for national barriers to break down so that the gospel can be shared. Dario told us:

...here you have national identity, it’s connected with religion, with a faith. So that means that if you are born in a Bosniak family, you have to be a Muslim, if you are born in Croat family, you have to be Catholic, if you are born in a Serb family, you must be Orthodox. So, people when they face gospel, when they face Jesus, they have one of the biggest obstacles, and that’s how to leave national thing, you know and this kind of connection between nationality and religion. And mostly what people face here is that they are, let’s say, some of them really persecuted.

Please pray for Dario and Silvija Kapin, for the work in Zenica, Derventa and that despite obstacles we find hard to understand, people find the way to Jesus Christ.Image attachment

We are really pleased to partner with ICM to support pastors and leaders build churches and camps. Watch this to see how this part finished bunk house was completed and will be open for youth camps in Serbia a the Child Evangelism Fellowship Europe camp in Serbia at Kamp Mrčajevc. An amazing resource to show and share the good news of Jesus with children and young people. ... See MoreSee Less

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