The Heart Language: How to Show Jesus in Poland

Episode 223 - Matthew Meyer

In ministry, the main point should always be to share the love of Jesus, and that’s exactly what Matthew Meyer works to do. Over the last few months, he and his wife have worked in Poland through IMB (a Christian missions organization). Having grown up in Alaska, he seems to be handling the cold weather well!

During their time in Poland, Matthew and his wife have been working with a local team on building and growing a church plant. Their goal is to expand the church plant into a second near the end of this year. In this episode, hear about his joys and challenges of ministry, the importance of heart languages, and the process of following Jesus.

What we talked about

  • 00:32 – Episode summary
  • 01:42 – Introduction
  • 02:02 – Connections between Alaska and Poland
  • 03:26 – The spiritual temperature of Poland
  • 04:57 – Challenges of sharing the Gospel
  • 09:17 – Bridging the Gap
Allow Scripture to speak. God will use us as vessels, as God will use us to reach people. - Matthew Meyer Click To Tweet
  • 11:51 – A college missions trip
  • 14:38 – The impact of God’s revelation
  • 16:46 – Following Jesus step by step
  • 23:41 – The first day of Poland
  • 26:15 – Sharing Christ with the Poles
The real reason I’m called here long term is to share the love of Christ with people. - Matthew Meyer Click To Tweet
  • 31:27 – Is there anything that you miss?
  • 34:11 – A call to missions
  • 37:32 – Internet and book resources
  • 38:42 – What can we pray for you?
  • 41:08 – Podcast recommendation and closing comments

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Matthew Meyer

Matthew Meyer

Missionary, Kraków Poland

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Episode Credits

  • Recording, Engineering, and Editing:Bryan Entzminger at
  • Time Stamps, Summary, and Show Notes: Gabby Oechsle


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