THREE WORLDS LEADERSHIP NETWORK (3WLN)
Three Worlds Leadership Network (3WLN) is the first ever multinational network of Church of God young leaders in Europe and the Middle East. This project would support a biennial event for training, encouragement and synergistic regional strategizing as well as scholarships to aid with ongoing regional connection between events.
The total project cost is $18,000 every 18 months.
Project # 42.30310
“The most powerful thing has been seeing how the network stayed connected.”
Global Strategy Missionary, Three Worlds, UK
The History of 3WLN
Our team’s desire is that this current generation of young leaders will be the first generation of the Church of God to not grow up in such crushing isolation.
UK Visits Arco, Italy
UK delegates were so encouraged by the faithfulness and testimony of Marcos Lovaglio (Italy), they decided to take a small group to meet the church in person. In July 2016, four young people visited and worshipped with the church in Arco, Italy.
Laszlo Praying over Ukrainian Leaders
During the initial 3WLN event (Oct 2015), Pastor Laszlo Debrecini of Hungary met representatives from the Ukrainian Church of God for the first time. During a breakout session, the two parties realized how much their common history of communist occupation has created a common culture (despite borders and language differences). This sparked in-depth conversation about ministry challenges and allowed a deep friendship to grow. As a result, the Hungarian church sent delegates to a 10-year celebration service of the Ukrainian church in Oct 2016. A delegation from Russia also attended the event.
Marcos Skyping with Lebanon Church
Issa Saadi from Lebanon wanted his youth to also meet people from other countries and to discuss the challenges of youth ministry across borders. He set up an opportunity for leaders Sarina Hennig (German) and Marcos Lovaglio (Italy) to Skype with his youth for them to ask questions.
Photos from Past 3WLN Events
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