If you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. — Romans 10:9 — Matthias Frohlich: European Bible Training Center | Germany Have you ever asked yourself what to aim for in conversations with unbelievers? This verse provides us … Read More
EBTC has just recently celebrated 20 years of ministry in Europe—and in God’s grace, they’re not done yet!
As we’ve now witnessed the 504th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation (October 31st), it’s a joy to see how God’s hand is still hard at work to reform His people.
Much of Europe has grown cold to Christ, but EBTC is an exception. They’re grounded in the doctrines of grace that ignited the Reformation, and they stand on the same German soil as men like Martin Luther before them, carrying the same ambition: “Train Jesus’ disciples for life and Church ministry.”
Born in China in the 1970s, Tianyu grew up heavily influenced by Marxism, Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and other traditional folk beliefs. It wasn’t until the age of twenty-five, when he came to Germany to study, that he first came into contact with believers in Jesus Christ.
At sixty, Eduard was one of the oldest graduates of the European Bible Training Center’s “Profitable Bible Study” program this year. But at the beginning of the school year, he’d had no such aspiration. In fact, he hadn’t intended to participate at all. He’d only meant to observe some classes with his daughter and figure … Read More
Manuel was born and raised in Mexico, spiritually born again in Canada, and now lives in France with his wife (who’s from Kazakhstan) and their children. When Manuel first moved to Cannes, in the south of France, he couldn’t find a solid, Bible-teaching church. So he planted one. “By far the most challenging thing about … Read More
You can probably think of a handful of books that have dramatically affected your life. Of course, every believer should affirm that Scripture is supreme, that no other resource carries the weight of God’s inspired Word. Still, the faithful work of other saints—often received in written form—can be mightily used by God to shape our … Read More
John MacArthur has often said that the Legalist and the Antinomian make the same dangerous error—they define their relationship with God by their relationship with the law. Willi Unger grew up in a church that espoused a tradition-driven, legalistic approach to the Scripture. It was a church that emphasized a strict series of do’s and … Read More
On October 31, 1517, a monk with a mallet hammered one of the most consequential nails in history. On this day, Martin Luther posted his 95 theses—a series of arguments against the heretical practice of selling indulgences—to the castle church door in Wittenberg, Germany. Though Luther was but one in a faithful line of saints … Read More
European Bible Training Center (EBTC) has just recently signed the contract for the ground floor of a building in central Berlin, which will house not only the growing TMAI training ministry of EBTC but also the new Eckstein church plant. In many ways, this move by EBTC highlights TMAI’s commitment to maintain an integral relationship … Read More