“carriers of hope”, is a registered non-profit organization whose task is to preach the message of God’s love worldwide, encourage believers to live out the good news in everyday life as well as offering humanitarian help to support those less fortunate. These things are accomplished for example through evangelistic outreach, church planting, trainings, seminars and conferences, short-term mission trips, micro finances etc.
The “hope” in our name stands for “the hope of glory” that comes from Christ in us (Colossians 1:27). We have hope through the Good News of Jesus Christ, which everyone can choose to experience. Hope also exists through acts of love: helping the needy and establishing justice for the oppressed. “Carriers” are the people who take this hope to the very ends of the earth and tell others about God’s love through their words and actions.
Nico Borissov, the founder of “carriers of hope,” lives with his family, in Passau/Germany and is the leader of evangelisation at his home church. In 2011 he finished Berliner Bibelkolleg at Gemeinde auf dem Weg/Berlin and received an US-Bachelor of Theology (NCIU) in 2016. He has been organizing different gospel campaigns, leading multi-church street-outreaches, was a speaker in different churches, seminars and conferences. Since 2012 he has been traveling to different countries such as Ukraine, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Philippines, Uganda or DRCongo for prayer and mission trips as well as church planting.
carriers of hope’ builds on the foundation of the “Lausanne Covenant” from 1974. Their work is interdenominational and among Christian communities who recognized the internationally known “Apostles’ Creed”. `carriers of hope´ participates in scheduled outreach events by working with the local churches and leaders. Local churches are responsible for publicization of the event, provision of chaplains and follow-up with those who have been touched by the message in the individual churches. If there happens to be no local church, we will assist other organizations in providing a foundation and support for a church plant.