Published February 9, 2024

I’m in Rome…

Andy Ziesemer
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I’m excited to be spending the next few days in Rome with the staff of Newborn Brew — these are selfless people, earnestly serving their community in Kosovo every single day and sharing by the Gospel in the most practical of ways.

While this week is designed to give the staff some time away from their normal efforts, it has much grander meaning to many of them. For most of the Albanian staff, it’s their first chance to leave their country in decades. Only weeks ago, the EU opened up the regulations, allowing them get visitor visas through greater Europe.

For many of them, it’s the first time in their lives they can leave their countries borders.

It’s a really big deal.

I’m so glad to be spending time with them, exploring the city and listening their stories. I can’t wait to tell you some of them in the coming months.

Thank you for sending me into the nations.

~Andy

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