When she arrived as a young couple 20 years ago to study in Tübingen, they did not plan to settle long term in this city. But God had other plans, and praying together with other students created a vibrant community work. Over the years they built the present-day work of the TOS to their local, national and international labor sectors.
The vision of Jobst and Charlotte is to be changed that cities and nations through the power of God's love and transformed. At the same time it is in their hearts that the plight of individual people by word and deed will be actively dealt with. Through their service in recent years, thousands of people out of Tuebingen heard the gospel and it was founded in 12 communities at home and abroad. In four Latin American countries, long-term aid projects were set up for street children in Belarus and Greece for successful rehabilitation programs, drug addicts. In Argentina and Bolivia initiated Jobst Bittner national prayer chains with more than 60,000 worshipers from different churches and denominations.
The focus of the messages and sermons by Jobst is the conversion to Jesus, and sanctification, the transformation of personal life through the power of the Holy Spirit and the authority of a perennial prayer.
Jobst has studied theology at Tubingen University, Charlotte Ancient History. They have two sons and live near Tübingen.