Tony Anghel, anticipating a reloction to the church in Strehaia, Romania, continues to evangelize in his field.  He reports:

I tried this month to see to the spiritual things more than last month. We worked hard on the house where I am supposed to move with my family as soon as possible, but I also wanted to organize several evangelistic events in order to reach new people with the Gospel. So, I organized three evangelistic events this month and prepared everything in advance. I encouraged the church to pray and to invite people. We also had a team that did street evangelism and invited the people they met on the street to church. This was done for several days before each evangelistic event. We went to the streets, in the neighborhood where our church is located, at the marketplace, in the markets, and everywhere we had the opportunity to go and urge the people to come to church.

Brother Pavel Ureche, the pastor of the church in Severin, was the guest preacher for our first event. He is a special man that I’ve been working with for a long while. I also invited singers to praise the Lord.

For the second evangelistic event, I invited a Rroma team. These people are living abroad, but they came to Romania on vacation and they are eager to work for the Lord. They had a good impact on the audience, as they also spoke in Rroma language.

For the third evangelistic event, we invited a family of Gospel workers from Spain. They are on vacation in Romania, but they were ready to serve the Lord and His church and they did it very well.

The people were touched by the Word of God after these evangelistic events and the believers were encouraged on the Lord’s path. Our family enjoyed all these events along with the church.

I also had the opportunity to visit several non-Christian families this month. A large family came back from France and I visited them. I had a good time with them and urged them to come to church.

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.

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