Sinisa and Olja Stojkovic live in Banja Luka and lead the Christian Fellowship church in Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. After 20 years of faithful service in this city, they continue to lead the church God called them to help start in 1998. In 2014, God provided a building which they use to reach out to others in this city with very few evangelical believers.
Although 40% of the population claim to be Christian, mainly divided between the Serbian Orthodox church and the Roman Catholic church. The number of evangelical Christians has grown since 1991, but the statistics are barely at 0.1% throughout Bosnia.
Since 2008, the church has had a sponsorship programme where over 300 children are helped with their schooling by sponsors from Finland. Since 2011, they have been trying to help people more developmentally through the church’s Education Centre where they have different courses, ranging from English to Computers. Another focus continues to be reaching out through humanitarian aid as one way to find people who are seeking God.
“Our partnership with TEN started over 20 years ago and we are so grateful for all that they have done and continue to do to help us!”