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I'm honored to serve on staff at TWR with some truly brilliant men and women of faith.  Branko Bjelajac is one example.  Let me quote from his bio:  "Branko is an author of several books on the historical development of Protestants and Evangelicals in Serbia and a lecturer focusing on the issues of Evangelical identity and leadership development in the Balkans and Eastern Europe...In 2012 he completed a PhD study in church history and religious freedom."  So, when Branko says "the Church in Europe has lost its voice," not only does he know the subject, but I think we need to pay attention to his thoughts.

Click here to learn how TWR is speaking hope to Europe

(Photo of Andy Napier and Branko Bjelajac)