No Longer Atheist

Albania, Kosovo

From the Outside In Albert Dosti served as a captain in the Albanian army. He was a radio specialist, and during the 1980s, his job was to monitor the airwaves, always searching for whispered threats of invasion or anti-party messages to warn the government about. One evening, while scanning the static, he heard a voice speaking in Albanian, “If you want to learn more about God, we will meet again tomorrow.” Albert stopped, stunned, wanting to hear more, but those …

Making an Impact in Kosovo

Albania, Kosovo

A quick glance at the numbers and you’ll see the great need for churches in the fairly new country of Kosovo. Kosovo’s population is around 2.5 million, and there are merely 30 Christian churches. These are small congregations, with the largest numbering just around 80 believers in attendance on a given Sunday. The smallest: ten members. The capital, Pristina, has just four established churches and a couple of groups working to build the church in different areas of the city. …