Lukaz Wysocki|| forum funded ::

Lukaz Wysocki|| forum funded ::

Country:
Poland

Occupation:
Christian Ministry – Christian Organization

Forum Network:
Leaders of Christian Organizations

Ministry Focus:
Discipleship

Lukaz Wysocki leads and disciples men in Poland.

When did you trust Christ?

I grew up in a Roman Catholic home and as a teenager I was fed up with tradition and religion. Seeing no evidence of a living God I became an atheist. In the year 1999 I was 17 and at the end of high school. I went to a Christian camp and met followers of Christ. The testimony of their lives made me think about my life. At this camp I heard the Gospel and the testimonies of many teenagers. My attitude towards God started changing. Because of that experience I asked God to reveal Himself to me if he was real. He did that and I soon made Jesus the Lord of my life and decided to follow Him.

What have been the defining moments of your Christian walk?

A year after I became a believer, I started university. For five years I was involved in Campus Crusade’s (Cru) student ministry. During that time other students and staff had an impact on me. In the beginning I attended a Bible study and other group meetings. Then I was challenged to lead Bible study groups and to share my personal faith. Through that process I grew spiritually and become a volunteer leader of the Campus Crusade (Cru) ministry. After graduation in 2007 I joined Cru as a full-time missionary and have been serving among students now for nine years. For the last three years I have worked planting a church and that has also motivated my growth.

Why do you want to attend the Forum?

I hope to build new relationships with people who serve God’s Kingdom. I hope to receive encouragement and to share experiences. I am looking to connect with mentors or more experienced brothers who could direct me and offer advice.
What is your ministry?

I am leading and developing a ministry in Poland for Christian men, regardless of denomination. I also help a local church (SCH Pabianice), where I am responsible for discipleship and men’s ministry. I serve about seventy men each year. In a local church, I teach and lead through Bible groups and individual meetings.
What are your past leadership roles?

During my university years I was a student ministry leader. When I became full-time staff with Cru, I was a team leader for three years and led many projects in that ministry.

Why should someone invest in your ministry?

God called me to serve men in Poland. As I serve others, I am aware that I need to grow. I know there are many traps and dangers in the spiritual journey; having others come with me along that journey will help.

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