Prison ministry in Albania is moving forward. Even though ‘building missionary churches in every prison’ isn’t easy, we are encouraged with the many positive stories that follow us Enjoy our update, and don’t forget to subscribe for being kept updated
The work of Sh.K.B.Sh. would not be possible without the support of many partners. On January 25, the GZB and Sh.K.B.Sh. had a formal kick-off of their new 4-year plan, focussing on missionary churches in each prison.
Love and patience overcomes even the toughest hearts. A couple is married for over 10 years, and all the time the husband has specifically prohibited his wife to go to church. Gjergji is determined to make his brother stop coming to prison, and that is the reason why he comes to our meetings, including the Prisoners Journey course. Klajdi is no longer allowed to go to school by his father.
Happy with the tireless efforts of the colleagues of Shkbsh Prison Fellowship Albania!!
470 prisoners graduated through TPJ in Albania during 2018! SHKBSH is conducting the course in some 15 prisons across the country – this is an amazing achievement which we praise God for! More importantly, we are seeing lives being transformed
Our Dream Academy offers teenagers a challenging, enriching educational 4 yr program to find and realise their dreams. Xhulio wanted to be a famous football player. Now he wants to be a high skilled professional. We are grateful what 2018 has brought to us. Would you be willing to share some of yóur gratitude with us? Merry Christmas !
Sometimes heaven shows a glimpse of divine beauty when occasions randomly come together. Just recently Festim, our prison chaplain was in a family with the father in prison. The mother told our chaplain that having a couple of goats would
This weekend a group of 30 Dutch women arrived in Albania for a special week with the theme ‘women for women’. They have diligently prepared their trip to Albania, including numerous fund-raising activities for our prison work. What a blessing they
I hope this message finds you well, after most of you have finished their summer holidays and regular life has started again. Personally I’m happy that life’s gone back to normal, even after children’s visits, short trips to the most beautiful
Summer in Albania is still hot and many Albanians celebrate holidays in Albania – locals as well as many immigrants from all over Europe. But also lawyers, judges and volunteers take a break, so life for prisoners during summer is
The following article, including the story of Esther Klaassen, was published on PFI’s website – Global link – and sent as encouragement to all national ministries. Enocent Silwamba, Esther Klaassen, Peter Holloway, and Libby Taggart share their stories of how