Ministry Administration and Service
Michal Pronczuk is an assistant pastor, and leads the Biblical Creationist Society, which organizes lectures, discussions, and evangelistic meetings on the topic of creation.
When did you trust Christ?
I trusted Jesus in the autumn of 1990. It happened when a member of Campus Crusade for Christ visited me in my room in the dormitory of my university. Together we studied the four spiritual life rules and as a result I accepted Christ.
What have been the defining moments of your Christian walk?
My baptism in 1992 was an important moment for me. Studying at the Biblical School of Theology in Wroclaw, which is now the Evangelical School of Theology, was another important moment. Initiating a series of lectures related to biblical creationism involving Christian scientists was crucial to my Christian walk as well.
Why do you want to attend the Forum?
For me the Forum serves as a source of inspiration, ideas, and contact with Christian scientists. I have met several key Christian scientists at the Forum; they have been able to help me build a biblical creation movement in Poland. The Forum will also help me to learn more about church development and church planting.
What is your ministry?
I am an assistant pastor in a local Baptist Church in Torun, a city in northern Poland. I am also the chairman of the Biblical Creation Society in Poland. In the church I preach, lead, and organize Bible studies, support the church with apologetic tools, and perform administrative tasks. In the BCS, I organize conferences, invite speakers to attend conferences and other events, write for Christian newspapers and websites, and help engage the media through film, books, and radio programs. I also actively work among students at Toruń Nicolaus Copernicus University, including organizing public lectures with scientists.
Why should someone invest in your ministry?
My deep desire is to develop my skills to serve God through the truth of Biblical creationism, so I need to gain more knowledge and experience in this field. Moreover, I need to know people who serve God in the same way both as lecturers and organizers.