Please pray for Sorin as he continues to experience pain and discomfort following his recent hernia surgery. In his latest report, he says,
Although we were in the midst of much work with the construction of the HeartCry Conference Centre, we were continually reminded that the most precious thing is the souls. Therefore, without neglecting the responsibilities of coordinating the progress of the work at the construction site, we continued to go out, and reach people on the streets of Brasov, and visited families.
Twice a week, we committed a time to go out in two locations: (1) the park and the streets nearby the new building, and (2) the district of Avantgarden where we are in process of planting a church. As we are consistent in reaching people weekly, we noticed that people began to know us, and about the church. Many of them are interested in coming, when the building will be open, but that might be just postponing something that they should do urgently, namely repenting and believing in Christ.
We usually meet tens and sometimes hundreds of people. Out of all the people we intend to interact with, some tens would stop to talk briefly or extensively. We go out in team of two, sometimes two teams, some other times more. I am glad to see that the Lord blessed our church with men and women that love to witness. I also am grateful that we live a time when we can reach the lost without any major hindrance from the authorities. Pray for this important part of the work of the church in Brasov.
The Lord blessed us to travel for two weeks, as I was invited to preach and officiate the marriage of two couples.
As we returned to Bucharest, we had to jump into a very important project that concerned the ministry for disabled people. Our church is a key partner in this ministry for more than six years. We have a wheel distribution week every year. Through this we interact with hundreds of people that are disabled or care for disabled people (parents, children, relatives, neighbors etc.). We had the opportunity of sharing to so many people that face suffering in its harder form that in other cases. Our church is always responsible with the evangelistic part, so we have a great opportunity and privilege to witness the Gospel to many individuals.
Continue to pray for us. We started the outreaches with the HeartCry missionaries, visiting each team once a month for two days, and witnessing on the streets. What a great time! What a great harvest!
We thank you for your prayers, and your commitment to help us in pressing on with serving the Kingdom of God.
Don is serving as the HeartCry Coordinator for Eastern Europe. As an itinerant evangelist, his pulpit ministry is directed toward preaching on the inner life of the believer and the spiritual need of the lost. With HeartCry, his ministry includes organizing Bible conferences and corresponding with the HeartCry missionaries in Europe. He and his lovely wife Cindy live in Tuscumbia, AL.More By Don Currin