The Blessing Churches
The Blessing Churches have a relevant place in society and influence in today’s life. Not a dead church, but a living relationship with God through Jesus Christ. In our churches you will find people from all ages and backgrounds. Some have been brought up in faith, while others have just got to know God. Every Blessing Church has a great children’s programme with the name All Kids 1st and epic youth events with POINT.
THE HAGUE (Holland)
2571 BZ The Hague
Johan Maasbach World Mission (Headquarters)
2573 LM The Hague
Rua Elísio Gabardo 100, Xaxim
Sunday Service: 19:00
Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 20:00
Saturday POINT Youth Meeting: 20:00
17 Rue François-Dussaud, 1227 Geneva-Les Vernets
Sunday Service: 10:30
Friday Prayer Meeting*: 19:30
Saturday POINT Youth Meeting*: 13:45
(* 17 Rue Ferrier, apartment no. 32)
TEL AVIV (Israel)
18 Levanda Street, Tel Aviv
Saturday Service: 17:30 & 20:30
Tuesday Prayer Meeting: 19:30
Friday Meeting: 19:30
Km 17 Airport Expressway, Zawan Junction Jos South - Nigeria.
Sunday: 7:30 am & 9:00am
Wednesday: 5:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am
* All times mentioned are local times.
More about us
JMWM was born when God called Johan Maasbach (1918 - 1997) and his wife Wilhelmina to pioneer a ministry in Holland in the late 1940’s. Their work would soon touch many cities and become a strong influence to the nation and eventually, the world. Using a gospel tent, they preached boldly the full gospel message at a time when there was some opposition to it. But God kept them faithful and they saw thousands saved and churches planted in many cities. The Lord was about to pour out His Spirit again upon the nation and the world. The much-prayed change in the spiritual climate of the country broke through in 1958 when the U.S. evangelist, Dr. T.L. Osborn, conducted the famous "Holland Wonder" crusade. ("Wonder" is Dutch for "miracle") By God’s amazing plan, Johan was chosen the interpreter. Over a half million people attended the week-long crusade. The Lord did incredible healings and other miracles. Thousands came to Jesus.
JMWM has grown through time and generations, triumphing over severe trying seasons – a joyous testimonial that any ministry built on the Rock, Jesus Christ, is built to last. It also affirms the resolve of the founders to finish their God-assigned task – “of testifying to the gospel of God’s grace.”
Today, God continues to enlarge JMWM globally under the leadership of Johan Maasbach’s son, David, and his wife, Regina, together with his brother, John T.L., and his wife, Godelief. Alongside with them are a strong group of church leaders and staff, regional coordinators and other frontliners in several countries. David’s online broadcasts are reaching many people throughout the Netherlands. The ministry’s big musicals, literature outreach, youth and other ministries are touching lives. Crusades, gospel festivals, Bible schools and leaders’ conferences continue to advance God’s Kingdom in many nations.
We are a global movement of churches and ministries that exists to glorify God and obey Christ’s commission through evangelism and discipleship, church planting, leadership development and compassion ministries.
We adhere to the evangelical-full gospel beliefs, message and practice. We subscribe to the Lausanne Covenant of 1974.
The Blessing is under the auspices of Johan Maasbach World Mission (JMWM), a ministry based in The Hague, Holland, with a solid record of faithfulness and fruitfulness since 1952.
We seek to glorify God in everything we do because we believe that “man’s chief end is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” (Rev. 4:11, Psalm 86:9; Psalm 16:11; Rev. 21:3-4)
- Proclaim the gospel to all creation with signs and wonders, then disciple the saved and equip them to disciple others. (Matthew 28:19-20, Mark 16:15-18)
- Plant transformational and reproducing churches, especially in regions of the world that are least evangelized. (Acts 1:8)
- Establish schools and other centers for education that equip Christians to lead ministries and in spheres of society where God has called them. (Ephesians 4:11-13)
- Engage in ministries to uplift the poor and needy, demonstrating God’s love and mercy. (Matthew 25:35-36; 40)