Last Saturday, August 20, Christians from Poland and Ukraine descended on Lublin for the opening of the first Polish-Ukrainian Bible Institute in Lublin. The main goal of the Institute is to integrate biblical Christians from Ukraine and Poland to carry out evangelistic and church projects together, as well as to exchange experiences of working for Jesus in the Ukrainian and Polish peoples, learning from each other, and praying together for the future of our nations. There are plans to expand cooperation to other countries and nations of the Three Seas.
The institute will work in the form of ten monthly conventions. The lecturers are pastors, professors, and Christian leaders from Poland and Ukraine.
The first series of lectures on discipline in the church in biblical, historical, and cultural terms was given by Pastor Pawel Chojecki of the New Covenant Church in Lublin.
The Institute was opened by Pastor Pavel Chojecki and Roman Loboda, a Baptist Christian from Zaporozhye, Ukraine, who has been living in Poland since February this year.
Those interested in joining the Institute are invited to contact: [email protected]
Lectures from the first convention are available on the YouTube channel of the Polish-Ukrainian Bible Institute.