Brada and Yatza established Grace Church, Novi Sad in 2011.
Less than 0.1% of the Serbian population are evangelical Christians and churches that preach the gospel are often small and isolated.
In Serbia's second largest city, Grace Church Novi Sad is committed to equipping local believers to serve God and reaching out to those who have never heard the gospel. Brada leads the church and his ministry includes preaching at Sunday services, reading the Bible one-to-one with church members and running evangelistic events and courses. Yatza leads the church's music and has recorded two CDs with indigenous Serbian Christian music.
Brada and Yatza have two children: Matej and Ilaj.
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Marko (not his real name) is my neighbour. He leads a group of eight construction workers. He is highly professional in his job. We chatted a few times and I liked his very practical way of thinking.
Marko is very generous and lent me a mini concrete mixer a couple of times. As a small token of gratitude I gave him a copy of the Serbian translation of The Action Bible, because he has children. He was very grateful and as we chatted he learned that I am a protestant minister. At that moment he handed the book back to me and said, ‘Sorry but I can’t take it.’ I asked him why but he just mumbled something about it not being what he thought it was. We were supposed to meet again but he didn’t reply to my texts and stopped further communication. I still think Marko is a great guy but he is just one among many who are poisoned by the propaganda that all protestants belong to a cult and should be avoided.
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