Here is a view of one half of the room during the Tea House ministry. During the Tea House the refugees are able to get food, tea, play games, take English and Greek courses. This is the primary ministry of the Athens team – relationships are developed, through which the refugees’ more specific needs can be met. After seeing things first hand, I must believe that God is bringing these refugees to Greece with a purpose. Many of the refugees ask spiritual questions and want to know about Jesus. God is moving here. It is amazing to be a part of such a ministry. They have many needs right now. I (Brett) would love to assist in discipleship and evangelism – both are overwhelming needs. Kristin is interested in leading either the children’s room or the language classes (neither have full time leaders). Please continue to pray for us.

5 thoughts on “Tea House

  1. Brett and Kristin . . . It is a Minnesota thrill! to read your blogs and now to see your photos. Thanks for keeping us aware. Love to you and all you meet there. Susie

  2. Hey guys,
    So glad to hear you’re doing well! Lots of love and prayers from Chicago. Can’t wait to hear more about it when you’re back home.
    Love,
    Steven and Melissa :)

  3. I am really excited for you two. I can just see how this “taste” of the ministry there will fire you both up to return next year. I am fired up and I don’t even get to go!

    Congrats on the job too!

    The house in Riverton fell through, now we might be neighbors to the Polleys!

    Love and Prayers!
    sjd

  4. Hey guys!
    I’ve been wanting to say hi since we got back from our trip, but I lost the paper with the blog address–oops! We have been thinking about you guys a lot, and we can’t wait to hear all about it. We praise GOd for the doors that He is already opening for you. We find great joy in the work that you are doing for God’s Kingdom!
    Jared and Rachel

  5. kris and brett thanks for the updates. it sounds like you are having an amazing time. when you get back i want to hear more:)

    bob.

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