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 came from Orsova. He and a group of Romanians who live in Ireland with their worship team sang. Many people attended the baptism service and the church building was full. We had a really good church service. In the end, eight persons received the Lord and the couple that were baptized also brought their children to church for the dedication service, which was a great joy for our church.