The different roads of the mission in Asia

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News from Pavel and Roxana

God led us in the last few years on a different road than we thought and planned. None of us is a business person, in training and vocation, but the actual changes of the law in China forces us to open profitable businesses to receive the visa. This is how we got to start our business as missions, a project through which to take the good news, but also be able to get the visa.

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News from our literacy program

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2016 has meant for our literacy group a year with various stages because we had more people involved in this ministry. In the spring we had with us 4 girls 

from the Discipleship Training School who have been very helpful by allowing us to deal with each child. During summer, our meetings took a break because we were away on outreach, but we have started again in the fall. We were glad to have a team from Switzerland who visited us and had a heart for these children and have invested a lot in this ministry, it was indeed a real support to us!

Meanwhile we continued to teach them the importance of prayer, to tell Bible stories and also to help them with school by improving their knowledge and inspire a desire in them to become people of integrity in society.

 

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Our External Mission Agency- a yoke of chocolate

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In 2016 we reached 13 countries from 3 continents of the world sending 15 longterm missionaries, 10 outreach teams- a total of 84 people! In our base we hosted people from 24 different countries who come to be part of our projects or schools.

 God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?Numbers 23:19

You will be a blessing for many nations” is what God promised us years ago, years in which we couldn’t dream of airplane flights, because they were so expensive, we barely had money to pay the rent for the house in Mediaș and to eat. But God was faithful to His promise even if we didn’t always believe.

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A new begining

 

Happy New Year!

Although the month of gifts has ended, as a team we were blessed with two cute gifts: Elsie Beatrice and Sara Pop, the newest members of YWAM Medias! On January 24 we began a new course in the Discipleship Training School. The course will last 5 months. The first 3 months of theory will take place at the YWAM Medias base, then the other 2 months they will go in mission, in either Jordan or Nepal.....

read here our FEBR 2016 newsletter

 


 

From a dream to the vision

I finished school and I got a job. I lived few months in a tree house. A platform with the roof but no walls. Like a table for sixteen people. I used to climb to get there, anyway I loved climbing since I was a child. A friend of mine had that house and he allowed me to live there for a while....

read here our MAY 2015 newsletter

 


 

The autumn in Medias- Nov 2014 newsletter

Discipleship Training School
We are at the middle of DTS. We have 11 students from Romania, Netherlands and Egypt.
"I know God brought me here to reveal His calling. I hear Him speaking to my life and telling me every step."  (Larisa)
"I love the week about The Nature and Character of God. " (Ditza)
"I come from Netherlands. I go to Rep of Moldova every year as a missionary, to bring a change in children's life. To be here in Romania, is a time for rest and meditation. I know God called me to Romania for this year. I like Medias but I also miss Moldova. It's hard to be a foreign student.  "(Dirk K.) ....

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Jesus is risen- Apr 2014 newsletter

Not an accident

Jesus dying, was not an accident. He said He will give his life and will take it back. Because Jesus is risen we are free from captivity. We can live the present with joy and have hope for the future.

Vasilica is blind because of an accident. He was electrocuted few years ago. Burns have left traces on his body. When we travelled to south Romania last month, the doctor said the cure for him is surgery. Great news in the end of the week we spent there working construction, farming and cleaning. The boy is trusting God providing for him. He is an example being thankfull for what he has no matter the circumstances in his life. We have hope for him and his family. They are in the process to learn how to live the life according to the relationship with Jesus.

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Europe- on the streets- March 2014 newsletter

Romanian Christians think about Germany as a country you can get resources from, finances and also people, not a country where you can go in missions. Our friends in Reutlinghen challenged us to go one more time for a week, to share the Gospel on the streets in Germany.
 
I discovered Germany is a mission field as much as Romania, maybe more in some areas. After a long trip by car, then one night for rest we arrived there and started to work. We were working with groups of children in schools, old people, people with disabilities, refugees from Africa and encouraged young people from  Germany to involve in missions.

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