THE NATIONS WHERE WE ARE WORKING!
As a community, our vision is to release Gospel mission into the 22 post communist nations of Europe in 15 years. We train, equip, support and send pioneering leaders, in order to see gospel mission produce 22 Indigenous, reproducing church communities. To this end, we have developed the Catch 22 Strategy.
Pioneering leaders are able to access this programme either:
- from within their country of ministry, having already relocated;
- or from within their sending nation, up to six months prior to relocation into their host nation.
Here you can view our Two Year Together Plan
The LHC draws pioneering leaderstogetherin orderto gather. We are served by the apostolic leadership team of Relational Mission, led by Mike Betts.
Maurice Nightingale – one of the LHC Directors – provides us with apostolic leadership and together we serve the RM mandate to plant churches into all the nations of Europe.
The LHC is positioned at the very heart of the RM family and we are served by a host of opportunities to be equipped pastorally, evangelistically, prophetically and apostolically.
This support is available to all RM churches and church plants.
Stories from the nations
Together, the Lighthouse Community raised €2300 for our brothers and sisters in Ukraine. But in addition to this, friends from beyond the LHC (many of you) contributed a further €400 and so in total we were able to send €2700 to support the work in Ukraine - a...
Kevin Reilly - Gdansk, Poland Kevin and Emma Reilly At the beginning of Mathew’s gospel, he records Jesus’ promise to those who go after him: "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men." (Mk 4:19). The promise is simple and conditional - to follow Christ is to...
Thomas and Nadine Grässlin - Germany Why Moldova?I (Thomas) visited Moldova for the first time in 2009. I did not know much about eastern Europe and former communist nations and I did not plan to come back as I had an invitation to Bali right after. I already counted...
Board of directors
Kevin and Emma Reilly, Maurice Nightingale, Onno Weststrate and James Taylor