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Support ministries


BEM Administration Office

The Norton House, in Brussels, is the Mission’s nerve centre. The administrative personnel working behind the scenes free those on the frontline.

The administration includes accounting, public relations, secretarial work, legal matters and general administration. This allows the missionaries on the field to be freed from a part of their administrative tasks so they are more available for practical work on the field. Contact us at: [email protected].

The Norton House also houses a hospitality service: room and board for up to 24 people. This is a great service for missionaries, teams and people temporary giving a hand to local churches in Belgium. Contact us at: [email protected].


Our seven bookshops are located all over Belgium. They offer spiritual support for believers by making Christian literature available and providing books which can be used as resources for evangelism. They are welcoming places where enquirers can share their thoughts and find a listening ear. More info at: (in Flanders) or (in Wallonia+Brussels).

Our French-speaking bookshops have a project for expansion and for opening a new bookshop that will become its new logistics centre in Wallonia. Interested?  Find out more here.


Holiday and Retreat Centre

Located in French-speaking Belgium, Camp Limauges is a holiday and retreat centre. Children and young people as well as people of all ages have the opportunity to personally encounter Jesus Christ, strengthen their faith and meet Christians from all over Belgium. Local churches can rent the facilities to host church camps and retreats.

Camp de Limauges
Chemin de Bigaumont 2
1341 Céroux-Mousty
0032 (0)10/61.46.44
[email protected]

Bible Exhibition

Our interactive multimedia Bible exhibition uses the historical approach of the origins of the scripture to tell the visitor the story of the Bible. This tool for evangelism is available for all to use. The Bible exhibition material is available in Dutch (



The children’s committee (in Wallonia) creates evangelism programs for children to help the local church. These programs touch hundreds of children every year in their own neighborhoods. Training sessions prepare the local Christians and specialised children’s leaders help with the activities. A program for children’s clubs during the school year is being developed to give the local churches the opportunity to follow-up with summer contacts and to help the young Christians bring their friends to Jesus. More info on:


The youth committee (in Flanders) works together with SportQuest, an American organisation that sends teams to countries all over the world. The Gospel is brought to young people by combining sport and faith. More info on:

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