That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

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Perseverance Rewarded

Posted October 23, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Brother Sorin Iordan gives the following account of the Lord honoring faithfulness in spite of an alcholic's refusal to trust Christ:  In Olteni, the Lord worked in a family that I have been visiting for about one year. The man who is 49 and his wife, 45, have two children. There have always been problems in this family because the husband likes to drink alcohol and argue with his family. But he was always kind to me and welcomed me in his home. He always listened carefully to the Gospel m... Keep Reading

Posted in: Testimonies

Relational Evangelism

Posted October 22, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

L. Gal, one of HeartCry's student missionaries in Bucharest, request prayer for a new outraech that she is planning for next school year.  She writes the following: This month we started the planning for the next school year based on the yearly evaluation we did in July. This year we want to emphasize the importance of relational evangelism. We want to motivate and train students in how to relate to their colleagues and how to build friendships that lead to the Gospel and their salvation. ... Keep Reading

Posted in: Prayer

Sorin Prodan: Eastern Europe September Report

Posted October 17, 2014  by: Sorin Prodan |0 Comments

September seemed to be a refreshing time for most of the HeartCry mission teams in Eastern Europe. It is the season when the fall semester starts, people are back from vacation, students are back in school, and life gets more stable.... Keep Reading

Posted in: Missionary Report

Kyle, a northern Irishman serving as a missionary in Finland, tells of the growing love and devotion of the believers in the church he is pastoring in Northern Ostrobotnia. Also, he shares about a church he is caring for temporarily a few hours away, and gives an encouraging report of the hunger and community that the Lord is creating there. In a country where true Gospel proclamation is rare, and true Christ-honoring fellowship is even rarer, this report is great motive for rejoicing in the Lord and pleading with Him to continue the work he has begun through our brother Kyle.... Keep Reading

Posted in: Missionary Report

Dear praying saints, I hope this letter finds you growing in the knowledge of our precious Savior, who is worthy of all praise. Once again, the Lord was faithful to your intercessory prayers, and I am truly grateful that you spend time placing us and the work in Germany before the Lord. With thanksgiving I want to tell you of His gracious works among us in the month of July.... Keep Reading

Posted in: Missionary Report

Iliya Hlushchak: Special Prayer

Posted August 31, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

We are worried because our country is at war and this has affected our family. The military mobilization has been announced and three men in our family may be taken for the army. Our youngest son will be 18 in December and he might also be called to the army then.... Keep Reading

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Donna Serban's Health Update

Posted August 28, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

We went to the hospital on July 14th and she was hospitalized. The doctor came and asked her to do some tests before the surgery. Seeing the results of the tests, the doctor said that there was no extrasystole (irregular heart beat), so there was no need for another surgery.... Keep Reading

Posted in: Missionary Report

Pray for Natalia Terentii

Posted August 28, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

I go to the hospital almost every month for analyzes and treatment. The medical treatment is so expensive .... I pray that I would find herbal medicines. There were days when I have had so many questions about my sickness, pills, weakness, the two surgeries to come, etc. I enter the hospital just like I enter my house.... Keep Reading

Posted in: Prayer

A Divine Window of Opportunity

Posted August 27, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

I want to share with you about a young man and the discussion we had. Marius and I approached several young people that were waiting for the bus. One of them told Marius he didn’t want to talk to us because he was a Satanist. I started praying for guidance in approaching him because I knew he was in great need of hearing the Gospel. I felt so sorry for him, but I had no idea how to start a discussion with him.... Keep Reading

Posted in: Missionary Report

From House to House

Posted August 26, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Home visits are part of my ministry. I visit the church members to council them, to rebuke or correct them, and to encourage or help them in order to be able to come to church. Our church helped a non-Christian family with financial support. Their daughter needed mouth surgery.... Keep Reading

Posted in: Missionary Report

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