Josef Pavlinak

Josef Pavliňák has been serving university students in the highly atheistic country of the Czech Republic for over 30 years with a ministry called Integrity Life, and he serves there as the director. His heart is to reach out to the students in Central Europe with the gospel, disciple those who become Christians, and develop leadership potential in those who are called to become leaders. Josef has a degree in civil engineering from Brno Technical University. He has lived in the Czech Republic all of his life and is married to his best friend and ministry partner Danka, and they have two adult children, Dominika and Daniel.

 

2018 Forum Sessions


Pre-Forum Seminar


The Challenges of University Student Ministry Today
with Rostislav Navratil and Katka Blabolova

There is no doubt that university students are one of the most strategic groups. Christian student movements have made a huge difference for the Kingdom in Europe and globally, but it has become extremely difficult in most countries of Europe to communicate the gospel on university campuses.

  • What are the greatest challenges and how should we respond to them?
  • What are timeless principles that come directly from our Lord and his disciples and should not be changed, and what strategies and methods should change?
  • How do we do evangelism if “big meetings” have stopped working?
  • What we do with the fruit of evangelism, and how do we “make disciples"?
  • What does it take to develop a leader who can bring a Kingdom difference to society?

Come and explore these questions with the Integrity Life team, bring your own questions and ideas, and be encouraged with stories of grace and hope. 

 

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