Hello to everyone.
We arrived in Moldova several days ago, and
although the border crossings where difficult and getting everyone
to our base camp took longer than other years, we are blessed to say
that we are here and everyone is safe and healthy.
We have been going through two days of training and church meetings.
We are being fed spiritually, emotionally and mentally to be ready
for all the challenges ahead. It has been a blessing to have a
history making event. We are currently working with 4 churches here
in Ungheni. The Pentecostal church is our base and main contact
church, but three other churches have taken a very active role in
our mission. We are working with the Baptist church, the Charismatic
church and the Salvation Army church.
Just imagine the following for
us in America. Think of your local town ( if u have multiple
Romanian christian churches in your city), and imagine all those
pastors offering to work together in your local town for 2 weeks to
evangelize the local Romanians. For most of us it is a dream that
can only be imagined.
To say the least, we have a great team. We are
over 100 people here and we are gearing up to conquer the city for
We would really appreciate your continued prayer and support.
recap all that we are doing, I will breakdown the projects,
Orphange camp: working with orphans and neglected kids
Girls of God camp: mentoring young women
Men of Valor: mentoring young men to be real men of God
VBS: daily summer evangelism for the kids
Med Clinic @ our base church including a pharmacy.
Med Home Visits to those that are to old or frail to come to our
Social Home Visits to those that have large families or other social
Construction team: this team goes along with the med home visit team
and they look for major issues that they need to fix such as broken
faucets, sink or other plumbing problems, filling holes in roofs for
poor or elderly people, fixing gates , doors and windows to ensure
safety and keeping the house warm in the winter.
Carnaval / Evangelism services:
We will be doing evening evangelism programs and carnavals including
bounce houses and carnaval games.
Convoy of Hope: a organization from Holland has donated nearly 20
tons of food. We will be having a large event this Saturday where we
will be giving out food and aid to approx 3500 people. What an
incredible opportunity to share with others.
I would ask for your prayers for the following things:
Revival for Moldova
Bringing the lost to Christ
The upcoming elections here in Moldova
Health and strenght to me effective in our work
I will include in another email some links to YouTube videos of our
Be blessed and I look forward to sharing my experiences first hand
with you when I get back