That His name be great among the nations

Malachi 1:11

Evangelism and Church Planting in the Netherlands

Posted December 3, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

The Kingdom of the Netherlands consists of twelve provinces in North-West Europe and several islands in the Caribbean. The European portion of the Netherlands borders the North Sea to the north and west, Belgium to the south, and Germany to the east. The capital of the Netherlands is Amsterdam, and its seat of government is in The Hague. About twenty percent of the country (both in area and population) is located below sea level, and fifty percent of its land lies less than one meter above sea l... Keep Reading

HeartCry Conference in Bran, Romania

Posted July 10, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Eastern Europe: Coordinator's Report During a recent HeartCry Conference in Bran, Romania, most of our missionaries in Romania and Moldova were present to share a personal update about their families and ministries. Unfortunately, due to the continued political and social unrest in Ukraine, our four missionaries from that part of Eastern Europe were unable to attend the event.... Keep Reading

Stefan Gae: A Faithful Minister of the Gospel

Posted July 10, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

Stefan Gae is HeartCry’s oldest missionary in Eastern Europe and a seasoned minister of the Gospel. Known for his devotion and discipline, he has demonstrated unwavering loyalty to Christ and His people in his labors for the kingdom of God. His life of integrity has been a worthy example to many believers in Eastern Europe. Brother Stefan was born in Sibiu, Romania, on September 23, 1932. In 1959, he married Paraschiva, and the Lord gave them five children. Today, they are the joyful gran... Keep Reading

Eastern Europe: Ministry Overview First Quarter 2014

Posted April 25, 2014  by: Sorin Prodan |0 Comments

Eastern Europe is presently under a great deal of political turmoil as countries that were formerly under the hegemony of the now-dissolved U.S.S.R. attempt to join the European Union. Two of these countries in particular are also the mission field of many HeartCry missionaries – Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova. Both countries are going through intense trials, but the situation in Ukraine is particularly severe. Riots in the streets have led to hundreds of casualties. The country is no... Keep Reading

Ukraine's Circuit-Riding Preachers

Posted April 25, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

In the past, the phrase “circuit rider” referred to ministers who were either assigned or compelled to travel to specific geographical locations to serve communities by evangelizing and planting churches. Their ministries also included making disciples and edifying the body of Christ. In southern Ukraine, four HeartCry missionaries have taken on the role of circuit riders. For years, Ion Gireada, Ilie Hluscac, Sandu Deac, and Vitalii Rusnac have invested their lives in traveling to ... Keep Reading

E. Europe Coordinator Report - Women in Missions

Posted February 11, 2014  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

When many think about missions in our present day, they may have images of persecution, suffering, and deprivation. In parts of the world, these mental pictures are confirmed by experience in graphic reality. While many of the hardships that missionaries face around the world may not be as severe in Eastern Europe, our HeartCry missionaries there do encounter trials. Jesus said that offenses would come, particularly for those who proclaim the Gospel. But while our brothers and sisters in the cou... Keep Reading

Open Doors and Opposition

Posted August 16, 2013  by: Sorin Prodan |0 Comments

Brother Sorin Prodan is the HeartCry Director for Eastern Europe - Romania, Moldova, and Ukraine. His ministry on the field has been a great catalyst for the evangelism and growth of the churches there. We consider it a joy and a privilege to support him and his dear wife Trish. Beloved brothers and sisters in Christ... The Word of God says that “to those whom much is given, much will be required.” The Lord has blessed us with many resources and freedoms here in Eastern Europe. Man... Keep Reading

Europe: Coordinator's Report

Posted August 16, 2013  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

While in Europe recently, my wife Cindy and I were encouraged as we witnessed the hunger of so many young men and women to know Christ and to make Him known. Their love for the Savior and His redemptive work was very evident as they shared gospel seed with regularity. Believing that he that “sows bountifully, shall reap bountifully,” many remain faithful in their commitment to live and proclaim the gospel. Providence Church in Brasov, Romania has taken to the streets to preach the g... Keep Reading

From the Field: Romania

Posted August 16, 2013  by: Don Currin |0 Comments

We have room for only two short reports from HeartCry missionaries in Romania: Florin Stan in Fieni and Marian Jipa in Pitulicea. Florin Stan - Fieni, Romania This last month, we organized a medical event through which we were able to share the gospel. We worked with a team of doctors and nurses, but our main purpose was to share Christ. This ministry of mercy prepared the hearts of the people for the preaching of the Word. The project lasted for two days in the city of Fieni, and approximatel... Keep Reading

Europe Coordinator's Report: Scotland

Posted August 13, 2013  by: Paul Washer |0 Comments

Our work in Eastern Europe continues to grow in maturity and number. Under the direction of Sorin Prodan, Don Currin, and thirty-two dedicated missionaries, souls are being won for Christ; established churches are being strengthened; and new church plants are rising up. On several university campuses in Romania, students are hearing the gospel and being discipled. As the promised hope of European unity and prosperity crumbles and gives way to cynicism and despair, the light of the gospel continu... Keep Reading

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