In Frankfurt, Germany Pastor Susan went to visit the house her family was born in, and there were two stones at the entrance that had the names of two of her family members that died in the Holocaust. It was a touching moment for her. Thank God that Susan’s mother and immediate family escaped or she would never have been born.
We ministered to a number of Muslims, and they were very open. Amazingly enough, Pastor Susan had the privilege of leading a Muslim taxi driver to the Lord the last day in Germany as he drove us to the airport. We are believing for many of them to get saved.
There were many divine appointments and close ministry friendships restored after many years, which we were so happy to connect with again. Our hearts are still there, and we are praying that The Lord will make a way for us to return soon. Most believers and churches fund missionaries that usually go to Africa, India, China, etc. Europe, particularly the Netherlands and Germany have not been considered a mission field, but for sure it is now. This missions trip was funded mostly by our own personal funds.
Below are a few pictures of our trip: