What’s Right in This Dark Land

June 28, 2012 at 9:45 pm Leave a comment

In this land of despair, with 30% unemployment, here a local teen group from the Music and Art School bring joy to all with their folk dancing out in the open air.

 

Gifted young people with musical talent attend school at the Conservatory of Music. Maybe their talent will provide them a future career.

 

God’s Children will soon have a class for the children in a special daycare center to exercise their brain with fun games led by Marti, my Summer Intern.

 

Kurtos Kalacs – sweet dough on a round long wooden log, roasted over hot coals, rolled in sugar!  Traditional special treat!

Children’s Bibles in their own language are being distributed through the schools, churches, orphanages!

Young women meet with Anne to discuss Christian ways of communication.

There are many beautiful countries in the world. Romania is one of the most beautiful with tall mountains, valleys, Alpine meadows, steams, lakes, 2200 pure natural springs flowing out of the mountains, and many good people with a heart for God.

Pray for this land and her people. “Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.” James 5:16. Just saying… Anne

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