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Update from Nicolae in Romania

Update from Nicolae in Romania

Those who have followed my ministry for some time may remember me talking about my friend Nicu.  Well, I have two good Romanian friends named Nicu.  Pastor Nicu introduced me to Nicolae (“Nicu”) who was a young leader in his church in Campulung Mold., Romania.  I meet them both in the summer of 2002 and … Continue reading

2004 Mission Emphasis Day Testimony

I was looking for something on my PC and ran across this testimony that I was asked to give on a i Emphasis Day at our Connection Service (Wednesday evening) at Prestonwood Baptist Church in 2004:   About five years ago I was sitting in this worship center reading the worship guide.  There in the bottom right corner … Continue reading

Morning in Bucharest

I am sitting at a desk on the ninth level of an apartment block in Bucharest, Romania. The hustle and noise of a very large city emanates from out the windows. As I look out the window I see a nice size park where the youth are playing in the bright morning sun. The old … Continue reading

Multi Pace from Suceava

Okay. Sunday evening here. I preached three services today. Romanian services last abot three hours. I am tired but very honored and blessed to be able to preach the good news of Jesus Christ to so many. The first service was in a small vilage where I have been before. There were maybe 25 people … Continue reading

Suceava, RO

Beautiful Suceava, Romania. The flight from Dallas to Chicago was smooth. Then we left Chicago an hour late. Big problem as we only had 55 mins. in Munich to make connection to Bucharest. The pilot made up the hour in flight – good job! I didn’t sleep at all on the flight over the pond. … Continue reading

Pastor Nicu Gavril

E-mail From pastor Nicu Gavril in Campulung, Romania: We’re having a pretty normal winter so far – cold and with pretty much snow. But everything is well, and we thank God for that. I wanted to tell you some of the plans we have for this last month of December. In Romania, and I think … Continue reading