Set between the mountains and ocean in the Catalonia region of northeastern Spain, Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city of incredible beauty and tragic emptiness. Its art, architecture, and cultural riches are world-renowned, yet it is also known as the “porn capital of Europe,” and by some accounts is the most secular city in all of Western Europe, with less than 0.5% of the entire population claiming to be evangelical Christians.

In this urban paradox of beauty and darkness, MTW missionaries are working with a Spanish-led church called Església Ciutat Nova in the heart of Barcelona, and also collaborating with a network of other Catalan pastors around the city. They are discipling, serving, and equipping others with the gospel, working to advance the kingdom and bring revival to Spain through building relationships and ministering in grace.


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The Coming Tide of Faith in Europe

Across Europe missionaries are watching the Spirit move with a rapidly accelerating pace as God opens door after door.


From Fear to Faith: Overcoming Cultural Challenges in Spain

87-year-old Zoilo’s faith echoed the experience of many of his generation who were required to attend church—it was based in fear.


The Loudest Athiest in Madrid

Bogomil enjoyed the meetings with missionary Bob Tanzie, largely because he took pleasure in making sport of the sins of the church.


Pray for the MTW Spain teams as they face cultural challenges of ministering to the older generation with a faith built on fear, and a younger generation disinterested in God.

Pray for Bogomil, who came to faith in Christ out of antagonistic atheism, and for others like him who have yet to embrace Jesus.

Europe Scholarship & Assistance

Enabling spiritual refreshment for missionaries and national partners