Mission trips… a light that’s attracting them

I don’t want to retell the His-story of our mission trips. They are still going full speed ahead with maximum efficiency. The Trinity mission team this summer also came prepared for a medical clinic for gypsy children. Kirk Pagel and one of his daughters accompanied by one of our Romanian doctors spent two days of exhausting work in Camarasu village. People were attracted at the “clinic room” like babies to the Virginia farmer… only by hundreds.

This kind of serving event is one of the most needed in that poor community. So, if God lays that kind of serving on your heart and opens some opportunities in that direction, please don’t forget us here. We invite you to read more about their mission experience in Romania at: http://missionblogs.trinityonline.org/category/romania-2012/

There you can find their own perspective, testimonies, interviews, photos and videos. Special thanks to Bruce Herwig for documenting that event and making it public on the blog.

Besides that mission trip we must account the ones done by our extraordinary volunteer workers in villages like: Barai, Dezmir, Salicea, Sard, Floresti.

Camp in Moldova Reopened!

First, we would like to thank you for your prayers! So much is happening as a result. More kids are hearing the Good News through

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Churches team up and…

Most camps that are organized in partnership with 4D’s Ambassador Together program are small week-long community-based camps or a six full-day long VBS with 30