Sinisa and Olja live lead Banja Luka Christian Fellowship church in the Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Although 40% of the population claim to be Christian, divided between the Serbian Orthodox church and the Roman Catholic church, the evangelical Christian faith represents a small minority. The number of evangelical Christians has grown since 1991, going from only 3 congregations to 35 today. Even so, the statistics are barely at 0.1% throughout Bosnia.
Bosnia and Herzegovina was the heart of former Yugoslavia, both geographically and culturally. It was titled ‘leopard skin’ after its incredible diversity. Republika Srpska is an autonomous area that covers the North and East of Bosnia – Herzegovina, with Banja Luka in the northern region. Though its future as a single state is assured, the tempo of its recovery continues to depend on the democratic transformation not only of its internal structures, but also of its neighbours Croatia and Serbia.