Our international workers entered Macedonia in partnership with the Evangelical Church of Macedonia in 1999. Macedonia is part of the Balkans Field for The Alliance. Efforts today include work with a partner church in Skopje, the capital, as well as in Bitola and other towns throughout the country.
Partners with the evangelical church of Macedonia.
International Workers in Macedonia
The Alliance at Work in Macedonia
While difficulty, pain, and hardship surround refugees, God’s power and provision is also present.read more
We consistently encounter the practice of witch doctors or fortune-tellers in Macedonia.read more
Recently, I visited a young woman in Tuzla whom I have been mentoring for several years. I had lived and worked in Tuzla from 2005 until 2008, teaching in the English school operated by the local church.read more
Since the GCF fully funds language study for our workers, a young couple in Macedonia is able to move […]read more
I passed some hitchhikers on my way to Kochani to pick up Zoki, a national Christian who has a gift for evangelism, before going on to Berovo, a town of 7,500 near the Bulgarian border where we regularly visit believers and seekers.read more
- Infant mortality rate—10.1/1,000
- Life expectancy—73.7
- Capital City
- Skopje (587,300) pop.
- Slightly smaller than Vermont, Macedonia (9,928 sq. mi.) is a mountainous country with small basins of agricultural land.
- Per capita income–$7,100
- Government/Political Climate
- Parliamentary democracy; gained independence from Yugoslavia in 1991.
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