What is Fingerprint
In 2008 Stephan Maag had a radical encounter with Jesus and immediately started studying the Bible and preaching Jesus on the streets. When Stephan and his wife Nadine organized a team for a Christmas outreach in Zurich that year, they saw God move powerfully, reaching many people, and the Fingerprint ministry was born. . Over the next few years, they shared Jesus all over Switzerland, on the streets, in night clubs, and even planted a work in Albania. Using art, creativity, flash-mobs, prayer, bold preaching and relationships, Fingerprint's protest-style evangelism caught attention across the country and beyond and Stephan put his story in the book "Untamed for Jesus". In 2017, Stephan and Nadine became Steiger Missionaries and Fingerprint became a key part of the mission of Steiger.
To find out more about the Fingerprint story read Stephan Maag's book: „Untamed for Jesus my wild and free life"

OUR PRINCIPLES
Our evangelistic activities take place in public places, streets, and/or events.
We believe in the power of the Holy Spirit to move in signs and wonders on the streets.
We preach the Cross plainly, creatively, and in love.
Our evangelistic activities happen on a regular basis. They are intended to inspire Christians to share their faith and reach the unreached.
We work together with local churches and follow the Lausanne Covenant.
The Bible is fundamental for our lives and the basis of our activities.
One of our goals is to help people develop a lifestyle of evangelism.
We want to encourage all team members to use their unique gifts and talents.
We expect a high level of commitment and engagement from our team members.
OUR ACTIVITIES
Establishing teams for street evangelism.
Preparing these teams through training, prayer, and worship.
Carrying out a variety of evangelistic actions, centered on the clear message of Jesus and the Cross, through the use of art, music, creativity, flash mobs, and protests.
Evaluating the effectiveness of activities through feedback from team members (testimonies about conversations and prayers that occurred).
Sending team members to local churches to share and to invite church members to get involved.
Encouraging team members and participants to continue living a lifestyle of evangelism.
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