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Romania has taught me and blessed me in so many ways! It would take me a book to write down all that I experienced. Needless to say, I will only share this one of my many experiences.
written by Tamara Henkes, post taken from Kidz Romania blog The Kidz Romania Speed The Light van pulled into the camp sight with 9 very anxious and excited children ages 5-14 from an orphanage located in Bucharest. *Alina, a Psychologist … Continue reading
Jiggity Jig. Or at least that’s how I think it goes. And as hard as it is to believe, we are back in the States. For now. This has truly been an amazing experience for all of us, and I … Continue reading
written by Stephanie Blevins As I reflect back on this trip, I realize that my “God moments” started before we even stepped off the plane. During our quest on Air France, the first seven hours were in complete darkness. It … Continue reading
This is Liz writing a quick thought before going to bed here at the Peleși grounds that are absolutely beautiful! Since my arrival here in Romania, God has filled my heart with such joy and compassion for people. There have … Continue reading
Tuesday, March 8 Today we split up into two teams of Evangel/VFCC members. Six of us went out to host a women’s tea, and the rest to a village for a children’s program. I went with the tea, so I … Continue reading
Monday, March 8 Buckle up – this is a long one. It feels as though we’ve been here for two weeks. Monday morning started with both teams in full swing. Jan put a jacket on Reepi and headed to the … Continue reading
Well, we survived our first day, thanks to your prayers, and the grace and strength of God. We ate a quick breakfast (I, the breakfast of champions – bread with bananas and nutella with a strong espresso), then packed up … Continue reading
Well, after many hours of travel, we have finally made it to Bucharest. We were met by our missionary host, Jan Cunningham, and one of her faithful workers, Grați. (He and Jan say hello back to Greg, Robyn, Donna, Ray … Continue reading
After seven hours or so on our B757-200(E) (which has to be the smallest international flight I’ve ever been on), we’ve arrived in Paris.