Located in Central Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, between the Netherlands and Poland, south of Denmark
The Church is widely perceived as irrelevant and marginalized. There is increased open hostility to anything Christian, and the occult and a New Age worldview are on the rise, but German Evangelicals are slowly growing in numbers. Former East Germans are still affected by the years of Marxism.
Cru missionaries work with 14 churches to launch an evangelism campaign in the city of Chemnitz, Germany.
A toy maker and a retired dentist make haste to help German professionals live for Christ.
Pastors from the state church and the free church unite to bring down spiritual walls in Germany.
Claudia Troger became a Christian by eavesdropping.
Troubled kids in Germany learn about how to have a relationship with Christ at a youth sports camp.
Public school teachers in Germany use curriculum developed by the <em>JESUS</em> film ministry to teach religion classes.
To grasp what God is doing in Germany, it helps to understand the church structure, comprised of the state church and the free church.
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