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PEM Consultation 2021 Report

After about two years, this was the first consultation where mission leaders from across Europe were able to gather again in presence, with over 60 delegates from over 20 nations in Brussels. Pastor Daniel Costanza and his team from Brussels Christian Centre had invited us and prepared the venue so well. The catering was wonderful and everyone was excited to see each other and to be able to enjoy each other’s fellowship. We had missed this so much!

Young Mission Leaders

From Monday afternoon on, the younger mission leaders from across Europe discussed different topics, starting with an inspiring message from Pastor and Missions Director of the AOG-UK, Kirk McAtear on the topic of “The Potential of Youth in Mission”. “Challenges and opportunities in a changing world” were discussed in panels and roundtables. It was so good to see these young potential and passionate leaders searching for answers on “how to mobilize the younger generation for Missions” to reach a lost world with the Gospel of Jesus!

Daily 10:02 Intercession

Personally, I was really moved by the message in the evening service from young missionary, who works with his family among the Yezidis. He called us for radical dedication, to give everything for the expansion of the kingdom of God. He challenged us all to commit to a daily “10:02 intercession time”, because of Jesus’ words in Luke 10:2: “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.”

New PEM Strategy 2030

On the second day of the consultation, the new PEM strategy 2030 was presented with the emphasis on “Missions training” and “Reaching Unreached people groups” which led to discussion groups on how to implement the new strategy in practical action steps. A former missionary to India, Pastor Jozef Brenkus, from Slovakia, gave powerful teaching in the evening service on how to finish the task by “teaming up with God, teaming up locally and teaming up globally”.

Intercession for UPG’s

Wednesday morning, we had an amazing prayer and intercession time where 9 Unreached People Groups were presented, to be adopted by the PEM members. In small groups all participants cried to God the sent workers to those groups, representing millions who never heard the Gospel. The consultation came to a beautiful close by celebrating the Lord’s supper together.

Finishing the task

I felt strongly that the Holy Spirit gave us in these 3 days many important, very clear, and practical impulses and directions how to move forward and bring in His harvest. We saw clearly steps to take on how to work together across Europe and beyond as Pentecostal Missions. I was encouraged that we can finish the task if everyone is doing their part. This was a great and truly blessed consultation!

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