97.5% of all Europeans have no relationship with Jesus Christ.
Kontaktmission is a networked mission movement empowering Christians worldwide to live out their God-given callings, and sending them out for the building up of His church.
We've discovered that our "international idea" of connecting people and ministries opens doors for the gospel, helps avoid common mistakes, and makes missions much more effective.
"I loved working with and learning from the local missionary."― Jaron, college student & GoConnect tripster
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In case you hadn’t noticed, this website is brand new
If you are seeing our website for the first time, you may not notice this, but this is a brand new site just a couple days old with lots of new information and functions. We are still working out a few bugs and learning how to include and update articles (like this one), so please…Read more
My Giftedness (or Lack Thereof)
My heroes have always been missionaries. (Okay, I admit that is just an altered line from a Willie Nelson song.) Whether it be Hudson Taylor pioneering in China, or Lilly Trasher in Egypt or Amy Carmichael in China or Brother Andrew in smuggling into many countries or Bruchko in Columbia… I love these stories. They…Read more
We must learn to measure ourselves, not by our knowledge about God, not by our gifts and responsibilities in the church, but by how we pray and what goes on in our hearts. Many of us, I suspect, have no idea how impoverished we are at this level. Let us ask the Lord to show…
“We ought to see the face of God every morning before we see the face of man.” ~ D.L. Moody What do you think about the moment you open your eyes in the morning? Does your head pop off the pillow, excited for the day’s events? Maybe you’re not a morning person and one eyelid…
Greg and Nikki Saldi, serving in Descartes, France have asked for special prayers regarding an impending meeting with local officials about signing for the building they will hope to use as a worship center. The building is as pictured here. Please be in prayer for them as they face this important hurdle in forwarding their work…