Do you like to party? The Portuguese in Belgium certainly do. This long-established community is proud of both their heritage and their newly-adopted home. Portuguese bookshops, trade unions, and cultural associations exist in Brussels. A bi-cultural people, the Portuguese in Belgium love to work, raise their family, and play hard. Especially connected to pop culture, video-games, movies, and the internet, the Portuguese have some of the highest internet-usage per capita of any European peoples. Intercede that Christian workers will explore new forms of evangelization through social media and online presence to reach this group. Pray that the Portuguese in Belgium will fall deeply in love with God and channel their energy into worshipping Him.
Known as “The Breadbasket of the Soviet Union”, the farming villages north of Kiev were once some of the more affluent areas of Ukraine. April 26, 1986, changed all of that. The explosion and fire at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant caused the largest uncontrolled radioactive release into the environment ever recorded for any civilian [...]