For two days over a hundred and thirty worship leaders have gather to explore the Biblical teaching and spend time in worship of the Lord. The gifted speakers bringing decades of experience in worship presented numerous master-classes and practical insights.
The worship leaders came from 32 churches from across the country of Moldova. In number of cases the entire worship teams came to take a part in the event. Kishinev Bible Church vision is making an impact in the country by bringing believers together in conferences that would be led by quality speakers. Each of the speakers in the NextLevel'2019 event is a musician, song-writer, composer and life-long worship leader.
Kishinev Bible Church Worship team led the evening worship events with a passion of true worshiper "in Spirit and Truth."
Daniel Morris is a worship leader, song-writer, composer and a pastor. He is also the author of the book "From Survival to Success." Daniel taught four workshops that looked into the practical side of leading the congregation, the team and yourself in true worship.
Ray Jones is a worship leader, composer, evangelist and international speaker. Ray is the author of Will You Worship? study he co-wrote with Dino Senesi. Ray Jones was the keynote speaker at the NextLevel 2019 conference.
For your convince, below are the links to the books written by the conference speakers.
One of the new areas of our ministry is branching out to countries in Eastern Europe. The city of Iasi (Romania) is the closest large city to the capital of Moldova. It is a desire of KBC in partnership with Radiance ministries to establish a Worship Recourse Center in Moldova that will become the hub of teaching and resources for the local churches. As part of this effort worship leaders from three churches in the city of Iasi came to gather at the invitation of Rhema church. This seminar set a stage for a conference in 2020 to reach out to the entire region.
It is a huge blessing to see the ministry of KBC Ministires serve the body of Christ in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
This is a story of one of Moldova Bible Seminary students. Stasya is one of the teens, who came to know the Lord through our Project 127. Now Staya serves with Young Life as one of the leaders and spearheading their “Capernaum" ministry - an outreach to special needs teens. Stasya is in her last year at Moldova Bible Seminary.
In spite of the hardships that Stasya faced in her young age, the Lord found her and is now effectively using her in the ministry on Young Life Moldova. Below are some photos from a camp Young Life Moldova organized this last summer. A number of KBC teens volunteered had a chance to serve as Stasya led.
The highlight of September was a launch of Vulcanesti Bible Church. On the third Sunday of September the church began to hold weekly worship services. Up until now, the van could hold only nine people total who would travel three hours one way to attend the church. The first service had just under twenty worshipper. For the last several month the number varied and there are about thirty gathering regularly. We are now working on more ways we can come alongside this new church plant.
The blessing of connection with the Christian Center for Social Orphans is that a number of the graduates who came to know the Lord play various music instruments and sing. Te church has a dedicated group that leads in worship of our Lord. Please be in prayer for this new group of believers who desire to reach their town for Christ.
One of the highlights for the junior-high kids is the camp experience. During the month of July we had an opportunity to partner with First Baptist Church (Boerne, TX) to organize a camp for over sixty kids. Many of these kids come from homes with at least one, but ofter both parents gone as migrant workers. It is during the camp time we have an amazing opportunity to live the Gospel before them, to build a relationship and have a chance to share the Good News.
Here is a short video with testimonies built to help share the experience from one of these camps.
In the last week of June, "Imago Dei" church has organized an outreach to children together with a team from Community Bible Church (San Antonio, TX). Every day the number of children grew and the events had to spill to the outside of the the church walls.
This was a first event such magnitude held by this new church plant and the Lord has been glorified through the Gospel message being shared daily and opportunities for the follow up with both children and their families opened up.
During the third week of June, KBC children ministry team traveled to a village of Troetscoe for an hour and a half one way, for a week-long Vacation Bible School. The event has given a chance to share the Gospel with over forty children from the village and help establish a weekly Super Book Club to help disciple these children in God's word and reach out to their parents.
The summer began with a wonderful celebration at Kishinev Bible Church of the group of young people who chose to follow Jesus Christ and declare their relationship with the new-found Savior through the water baptism.
It has been an exciting for the five graduates of Moldova Bible Seminary who competed the full course of study for the Bachelor of Arts in Theology program. They were joined by the families and friends as they were honored by receiving diplomas of graduation.
Two of the graduates are joining KBC team through the ministry of the Alinarea Church, one of the church plants, targeting the Romanian speakers in Chisinau, Moldova. Please join us in prayer for these young ministers to be used by God an amazing ways through their giftedness in Eurasia.
Moldova Bible Seminary is grateful to all the faculty, contributors and friends of the seminary that God used in the lives of these graduates.
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