Stanislav and his wife Eva moved to Prague in 2003 to plant a church. They are the founding pastors of No Boundaries Church Prague.
After four years of sowing, praying and evangelizing they have started to harvest first fruit. They now have over 120 people attending their Sunday services and are beginning to launch other key ministries in the church.
3 years ago they started a Youth and Young Adults program in government run high schools to provide young people with a forum to discuss relationship issues and HIV-AID awareness. This program has been well received by the Prague City Council and is growing every year. In 2007 they visited 21 schools in Prague and its surrounding suburbs to conduct the program which was delivered to more than 4000 students. More than 1000 students are in their long term programs. This gives them a real opportunity to maintain a connection with these students several times during the year.
They also run evangelistic concerts every month. So far these concerts have been attended by more than 100 people each time. For many it was their first time in the church.
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Eastern & Central Europe
Eastern & Central Europe have more than 500 million people who were bound for decades with communism. After the dramatic collapse of Communism in Europe in late 1989, the church in Eastern & Central Europe experienced rapid growth. However, this trend quickly levelled off as the prevailing traditional methods of evangelism were no longer effective in an increasingly urban, materialistic and media driven society.