Posted by: vftmom247 | 2013/04/16

LifeTeen Missionary

I am part of a LifeTeen Missionary Family. We have been in Germany for a little over a year,after 20plus years in Georgia. We are trying to bring teens closer to God. Why are we doing this?

Because of teens like this one who have let God into their lives, who have let Him make a difference



Because of teens like this, who are still searching


Because usually German churches look like this


Rather than this


And because of people like this, fellow fighters in the trenches of the fight against the secularization of Europe, the turning away from God, thinking we are doing fine on our own.


Because we all need God in our lives. To borrow from a song by Matt Maher, “Lord, I need You, oh I need You. Every hour, I need You. My one defense, my righteousness, oh, God how I need You”



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