We’d love to “take” you to Eastern Europe via video. It’s exciting to see people hungry for God’s Word. That’s why after fifty years we are still about the Bible, we want everyone to get it.
The Ministers of Education of the states of Lviv and Luhansk, Ukraine have requested EEM to place Bibles and Biblical literature in all of their 2,145 Public Schools totaling 452,397 students. Visit our website.
We invite you to join us for dinner, it is a great way to find out about the work in Eastern Europe. Check our schedule for available dates and locations for a EEM Benefit dinner near you.
Da! Not Duh. But “Da,” which means “Yes” in Ukraine. The country of Ukraine is saying “Yes” to God. Again. Many Ukrainian officials, librarians and teachers believe giving the Bible to their children will change the future of their country. That is why they continue to ask EEM to put Bibles and Biblical literature in their Public Schools.
It is an opportunity to place Bibles and Biblical literature in two states, Lviv and Luhansk, Ukraine, representing 2,145 Public Schools with 452,397 students who will be studying the Bible in their classrooms. Imagine that. This is the best gift we could give to Ukraine. A country basing its future on God’s word, the Bible. Read More…
On average, Eastern European Mission translates, prints and delivers 160 Bibles every day. Every month. Every year. To the field. And this does not include the thousands of Bibles placed in Public Schools.
In 2012 alone, EEM distributed Bibles and materials to 14 different Eastern European countries. Bibles for individuals, families, mission groups, youth camps, orphanages, native churches, leadership and church planting seminars, prisons, libraries, hospitals, senior centers and more. The demand is strong and still growing. As Alexander “Sasha” Prokopchuk says, “people are hungry for God’s word.” The work in Croatia, Albania, Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine and other countries is often compared to a “modern day Acts movement,” and it’s making a difference. Read More…
The church in Gorlovka, Ukraine uses a lot of EEM materials for their evangelistic work. Following is a translation of the note they recently sent to update us.
Hello Eastern European Mission.
On behalf of the Central Church of Christ Gorlovka I express heartfelt gratitude for the assistance in our efforts to preach the Gospel. We distribute literature provide by EEM, among various organizations: the children in the orphanage, society deaf and dumb, Hope – a society of young people with disabilities, Source of Hope organization – disabled and needy, Mercy and many others. Twice a week we preach the Gospel on the streets of the city, using your literature.
With many years of cooperation with you and with God’s help many people in Gorlovka have obeyed the Gospel of Christ. I am sure that their number each year will increase.
God’s blessings in your field of work for Him.
We love hearing about how the Word is alive and well in Eastern Europe and knew you would want to know as well. Thank you to all of our partners in this work!
Eastern European Mission (EEM) today announced the appointment of its new president, Bill Bundy. Bill comes to EEM following almost four decades of experience with Fortune 100 giant United Parcel Service (UPS), where he served as one of the leading officers for its international operations.
The youngest of 12 children, Bill learned early on the intrinsic value of hard work, and began his career with UPS on its loading dock in Lubbock, TX. Before he even completed college, Bundy was plucked for a leadership role, and over the next 36 years his solid grasp of the financial and operational aspects of the business saw him promoted to his eventual position as Senior Vice-President for Europe, Middle East and Africa.
“Bill’s senior-level experience with the world’s largest global delivery service makes him uniquely qualified to handle the logistical responsibilities of leading our mission,” said EEM board member, Dr. Charles L. Branch, Jr. “But it is his deep spiritual commitment to the strength of God’s word and the power of serving others that make him an ideal fit to shepherd EEM’s initiatives.”