Lesbos and Athens

Hello friend’s and family, The last weeks have been really challenging and tough but as well really providing growth in character and acting on our spiritual responsibility. We three, Kristina, Emily and Felix, lived together for the last five weeks at least. It’s revealing a lot of things if you choose to stay close together with brothers and sisters and you grow a lot in understanding the differences of humans and in communication. There are a lot of challenges on our way to be the bride of christ in perfection but with his guidance and our full surrender he is able to bring us forth!

Us and Afganee friends from the moria slum, we invited to our small room to share the gospel and eat.

In the refugee camp moria on the island of lesbos we’ve had really good times praying for many people with various issues, seeing many beeing healed right away. I remember one guy when I asked him for pain searching someone who could translate from english to farsi for him. He and the translator and friends around were not so sure what happens now but agreed on us praying for his leg that had pain since a car accident more than a year ago. I just prayed once really short for healing in his upper leg and his reaction was sooo enjoyable. He shouted out for joy, jumped and pulled out his refugee papers for me to pray for his permission to get EU papers. He didn’t have any pain anymore. And the healing increased his faith in my prayers to jesus.
We could explain a little about jesus but not much, because the language barrier. However many experienced healings in the name NOT of isa (jesus) the prophet of allah, BUT isa masih (Jesus the Christ) the son of God. Many people knew our faces already and named us doctors since so many people got healed.

Girl that brought us to a tent with a crippeled boy (by bomb attack) to pray for after she saw healing. Unfortunately we didn’t see a leg and an arm growing out yet, but the time will come where we will and it will be awesome.

Our life on the island was getting up, taking communion, cooking together, spending time in praying, intercession, reading in the bible together and then reaching out, searching for persons of peace who would be open to hear the gospel of the kingdom of god and the name jesus christ. We prayed for people, found translators, told them that the holy spirit lives in us to heal and deliver others and that they can have the same experience when they decide to follow jesus and be born again through repentance, water and holy spirit (see Acts 2,38).

Another cool thing was, that we spontaneously made a kickstart weekend where our dad from germany came, and we experienced that people understood the gospel and started to go out on the street to preach the gospel with demonstrations of healing and deliverance.

Few days ago we met a guy, Kristina and a friend prayed for at a homeless guys park few days before, and he shared under tears that from this moment of prayer and deliverance he was set free from over 18 years of heroin addiction and he finally felt no need to consume again. He wants to follow jesus but is still in a fight because satan wants to steal, kill and destroy.

A second time of deliverance.

Another woman got baptized by her husband after listening to gods word about beeing born again. It’s so beautiful what god does!
Additional to that we got approached by a girl that also follows jesus and liked that we were out to preach the gospel to people. After a few meetings with her, she felt to bless us and transfered 600$ to us.
God really provides and we don’t lack anything when we give ourselves away for him. On March 11th our flight back home is departing. We’re looking foreward to see how God arranges the last things here in athens for us and how our journey in germany continues.

Love you all :*