Our Purpose

MissionPoland Goals

We are praying for Future Self Governing Ministry Stations with a team of workers  to reach 15 million Poles and Americans of Polish heritage living in the United States of America. Cities centers like Chicago and New York would need at least a dozen centers. Other major cities include Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Stevens Point, Warsaw Indiana, Cleveland, Youngstown Detroit, Central Texas, Los Angeles, Erie PA, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Bayonne, Hartford, Buffalo, Baltimore, etc. There are dozens of other smaller towns with large percentages of Americans of Polish Heritage who would be reached by American churches and ministries. All ethnic groups are to be reached and our marching orders from the Lord Jesus are to reach every ‘ethnos’ and make disciplesn of them all. In heaven there will be no denominations but there will be all nations.

We are also praying for 3500 new ministry centers in Poland to reach the 39 million Poles living there in places where there is no permanent Bible Centered witness.

This is what we are praying and working towards with others from various churches and organizations.

This is our part in reaching America and the world. We know that many of those we minister to will eventually go to all the countries of the world. Everyday we are closer to the end of time when no man can work and though we love our adopted country – the United States of America.  We know that God’s Kingdom alone will prevail in the end. We want America to stay strong to the very end and are convinced that reaching the lost here is the most important thing we can do as well as protecting the faithful believers. There are 33 million foreign born people living in the United States. We know that a small number of them may be dangerous and others of them may not really be our friends. Nevertheless reaching them with the Gospel is our calling. The Poles may well represent 10% of that number and second generation children born here would bring that number up past 50 million living in America.

Thank You again for all you have done and to God be the glory !

   ” You know how full of love and kindness our Lord Jesus Christ was. Though he was very rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, so that by his poverty he could make you rich. I suggest that you finish what you started a year ago, for you were the first to propose this idea, and you were the first to begin doing something about it. Now you should carry this project through to completion just as enthusiastically as you began it. Give whatever you can according to what you have. If you are really eager to give, it isn’t important how much you are able to give. God wants you to give what you have, not what you don’t have. Of course, I don’t mean you should give so much that you suffer from having too little. I only mean that there should be some equality. Right now you have plenty and can help them. Then at some other time they can share with you when you need it. In this way, everyone’s needs will be met. Do you remember what the Scriptures say about this? “Those who gathered a lot had nothing left over, and those who gathered only a little had enough.” 2 Cor. 8:9-15

 

All donors will receive a monthly summary of all donations and a first hand report of spending.

Joe and Anna Losiak
MissionPoland – P.O. Box 681 481 – Schaumburg, IL 60168

Polish Ministry USA Links

 

The Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ & The Great Commission

MissionPoland has its main purpose given to all believers and it is imperative that we fulfill that calling.

The main reason for the Reformation was the preaching of the Gospel, making disciples and teaching them to do all that He commanded. Luther saw that salvation came by faith, and understanding the difference in teaching in the book of James and Romans is critical in our ministry. James was not a reply to Romans, as James wrote his epistle years before Paul wrote any of his. James was a warning to the Jew who took God’s grace for granted and misunderstood Genesis 15:6 which is the basis for justification by faith. James asks and answers what faith is in chapters one and two. Faith demands an action response as seen in Rahab and Abraham. The one example of worthless faith James gives us is of the demons that could not help but believe the God they knew, but who also believed Lucifer. Theirs was a divided faith and our faith (however small) must be in Jesus alone. Eph. 2: 8, 9 and Titus 3:5 clearly state that it is true faith alone and not any of our “good” works that will save us from the curse of Adam’s sin. However Eph. 2:10 and Titus 3:8 follow those passages and show us that the new creation (new birth) enables us to act with good works now pleasing to God. Simply put, Jesus said it best – “without Me you can do nothing”. We must first have the Lord Jesus as our personal savior. (The Church is made up of all those saved from sin and our head who is Christ alone. God alone saves us. No man, church or hierarchy can “improve” or “fix” the Gospel. It is perfect and any modifications simply detract from God’s word.) The church is us and we cannot save ourselves. The Church believed and believes unto salvation. Our Lord and Creator taught us whom to believe in. We are always taught to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ and never once taught to believe in any church. Our faith and the Gospel message preceded the Church. Jesus picked the twelve Apostles, trained them and died in our place before the Church began. The faith was given to the church and the churches calling is to be faithful to the faith Christ gave to us. Whom we are to believe in; to whom we should pray; in whose name should we bring our requests before the Father; who is our only acceptable mediator and much more was all given to the Church to follow and obey in good faith. All men were born of Adam’s corruptible seed and by believing like the example Jesus gave in John 3: 14, 15 we are born anew by the incorruptible seed of God – never to perish. This is why John later wrote in 1 John 2:19, that once you are in God’s family, you will never leave. This October 31, 2012 will mark 50 years of this new birth for me. I have known thousands of believers, and though some have strayed who always came back in tears of sorrow, no one I have known has left the fold. God will ultimately judge who is and who is not saved, but if they departed for good, they never did belong to God’s family according to 1 John 2:19. If you have been born again by grace through faith you have become part of the divine nature. You were born of God’s Holy Spirit. John states it plainly, “you were born of God”.        1 John 5:1 Romans 6:23 summarizes the Gospel, “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Salvation is a gift!!! It is not earned in part or in whole. You can never earn salvation or pay for it. The price was paid in full by the blood of Christ on the cross. We insult God and do not believe Him by offering our “good works” which are like “filthy rags” in His sight. Only the “good works” done in the power of the Holy Spirit are pleasing to God. If it is a gift, you cannot pay for it. When the world speaks of free gifts, there are always strings attached, no so with God. The religious Jews tried to earn their salvation and died in their sins unless they placed all of their faith in Jesus alone. Romans 9: 30-31. Matthew 28:18-20, 2 Timothy 2:2 and 1 Thessalonians 2:8 summarize making disciples.

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