Located in Southeastern Europe, bordering the Adriatic Sea and Ionian Sea, between Greece and Serbia and Montenegro
No religion was allowed to exist in Communist Albania from 1967. The ban was lifted in 1990, but no legal provision for religious freedom was made until 1998. Since then, Albania enjoys total religious freedom, cherished by many. The majority of Albanians are very nominal, but some traditional religious groups have had a tendency to resent and oppose the activities of both evangelicals and marginal cults.
Many students had attended Campus Crusade events in the capital city of Tirane, Albania but they still hadn’t placed their faith in Christ. Staff member Nikolin Dodaj wondered how to get more truth about Jesus in front of them. He got an idea.Read More
Outreach involving a 3-week study of More Than a Carpenter changes Adenil Pjetri’s boldness level as he invites friends and sees God change lives.Read More