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Phil and Katja Zarn with their three children. The family serves as missionaries in Sweden.

Missionaries to Sweden visiting Verndale

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Missionaries to Sweden visiting Verndale
Wadena Minnesota 314 S. Jefferson 56482

Join Verndale Assembly church during the Sunday morning service on Dec. 18 at 10:30 a.m. as the congregation hears about missions work in Sweden.

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Phil and Katja Zarns, along with their children Benjamin, Matilda and Maximus, serve as missionaries to Sweden. Sweden is considered secular, materialistic and agnostic/atheistic. Today less than 1 percent of the people of Stockholm are attending church. Forty percent of the Twin Cities claim to have a church home. Stockholm and the Twin Cities are roughly the same size - about 2 million people.

Phil and Katja are pioneering university ministries and planting churches in the nation of Sweden. They disciple new believers and bring the hope of salvation to non-believers. They also work with pastors, emphasizing to them the importance of reaching students for Christ.

The Zarns have been involved in full-time youth and university ministries and church planting since graduating from college in 2000.

Any questions can be directed to The Rev. Amos Self at (218) 445-5568. A free-will offering will be received on their behalf.

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