By: tedNEWS with Caleb Quispe, and Adventist Review, courtesy Adventist Review
Mostar Seventh-day Adventist Church in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina, totally disappeared during the Balkan crisis of the 1990s. Now two young church planters, with the support of the local church conference and church members, are aiming to replant a congregation in this historic city in the center of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
To achieve their dream, regional church members launched “Život Plus” (Life Plus) — a weekend of lifestyle medicine lectures and a health fair that caught the attention and participation of both Croatians and Muslims.
Mostar is a city with 100,000 inhabitants but no Adventist church and only four Adventist members in the area. Only one church member lives within the city limits. A highly traditional city, Mostar has proven to be an evangelistic challenge for Adventists.