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Malachi 1:11

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Evangelistic Encounters

Posted February 9, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

HeartCry Missionary Dana L. continues to avail herself to different venues to share Christ with students.  Recently, she had a times of effective witness in the Canteen and Pregnacy Center.  She reports;  The best discussions I had were in the student canteen with a girl who listened so attentively that I kept sharing the Gospel for half of an hour. When I finished, she wanted to hear more. It was an amazing interaction! Another guy said he wasn't interested in religion and I tol... Keep Reading

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Pray for Moise Marin

Posted February 8, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

HeartCry missionary Moise Marin continues to battle a very debilitating illness.  Although having lost a significant amount of weight and very weak, he endures sickness for the sake of ministry.  He reports,  After all these activities, I was sick and I had to stay in bed for several days. My immunity was weakened and I got a cold even without going out of my house. After the medical tests, the conclusion is that my health is getting worse. I have already lost 43 kilos. Please r... Keep Reading

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Marian Toma

Posted February 8, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

I had told you in my previous report about Stefan who is 47. He was very sick and the doctors gave him no hope, but he turned to God. He told me it was very difficult for him when he couldn’t get to church and he wanted to kill himself rather than to live like that. He mistreated his family and believed that no one loved him. Since he turned to the Lord, Stefan is feeling much better. He was in a wheelchair, but now he has started walking with the help of a walker. One Sunday, I gave him a... Keep Reading

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Marian Vale

Posted February 8, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

I passed out New Testaments and Christian literature as I visited this month. During my visits, I also met two teachers and talked to them about different things such as the educational system in our country and the changes that take place.  They attended the Orthodox church and knew the creed. I started talking to them about God and we got to the problem of sin. I asked them how they believed that all those ethical problems in our society could be avoided. They admitted that God was the an... Keep Reading

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Tony Anghel

Posted February 8, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Gypsy missionary, Tony Anghel, while finishing his home in Strehaia is spending more time connecting with the Rhoma people in his community. He writes:  I’ve also met with a family that has recently come back from France. They wanted to be baptized, so I did my best to prepare them for the ordinance and baptized them. We invited many people to participate to this special event. We went on the street and gave out invitations and invited my fellow pastors to help. A good friend of mine... Keep Reading

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Sorin Prodan

Posted February 7, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

The Lord is my strengths, whom shall I fear?! We live in a fallen world, very corrupted and hateful of heavenly values. We constantly face a form of persecution from the ungodly people around us, but this is a good sign in that we belong to a different kingdom. It is a testimony of us being in the world, but not belonging to it. The last month was a month of changes in Eastern Europe. Romania and Moldova went through elections. Romania choose a new Parliament, and Moldova had presidential elec... Keep Reading

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Marian Nae

Posted February 7, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Through God’s grace, at the beginning of December, I was invited to serve the Lord, along with a group of brothers from our church, in a Rroma church in Linz, Austria. We had the grace to serve the Lord there and to see Him bring people to repentance. After the preaching of the Gospel, several persons decided to accept the Lord as their personal Savior. Many people came up front, crying and confessing their sins and we prayed for them. We had moments of grace and blessing during this evang... Keep Reading

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Faithfulness in Affliction

Posted February 7, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Prayers continue to be appreciated for our sister, Ruxi Vandici.  Ruxi is still battling the Lymes disease that she contracted a few years ago.  Also, she is caring for her aging parents who have their own unique health needs.  In addition to these issues that deplete her physical energies, she is recovering from a bad case of the flu.  This month, she reports:  Looking back I am very thankful that even though my ministry time has decreased so much in the last three yea... Keep Reading

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Ion Tomeci

Posted February 7, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

We believe that a strong church is based on strong families. We wish to have such families in our church, so we decided to have a Bible study with two couples that got married this summer. We are teaching them now, hoping that they will be able to teach others after a while. We meet every Saturday to approach different subjects on family life. Ani has a separate meeting with the girls and I have a meeting with their husbands. I can see great potential in these two families. First of all, I am gl... Keep Reading

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Soul Winning with Alex Palade

Posted February 7, 2017  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

I went to Ploiesti for an evangelistic event, but we didn’t receive approval to use a room in the university building. The students even had problems with the police when they went caroling in the campus. They were threatened and asked for approval from the university staff. The Lord provided a room for us for the evangelistic event through a young man who hadn’t worked for God as a student. He felt bad for not having shared the Gospel with his colleagues when he was a student. Over... Keep Reading

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