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Mission Trip to Şardu Romania By Karen Ewing

In the week we were in Şardu we experienced extreme highs and happy moments but for me also some very sad and deeply moving times. I could keep you captivated for hours with accounts of God’s faithfulness to Bob and Edith and the work they are involved in.

Isaiah 43:19 says “See I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up; do you not perceive it? I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland.”

The Roma community in Sânpaul is a hard place and life is tough for those who live there but I believe God has called Bob and Edith and Liz to that community so that springs of living waters would spring up all over that Roma village and God’s grace and mercy would flow through it.

There are a number of Christian people in that village so the work has begun and I believe as faithful people declare God’s goodness, faithfulness and His mercy that they will see great numbers respond to the call of repentance.

For me this year probably the thing 16

that moved me most was seeing 60+ Roma children packed into the new Roma Centre eager and wanting to hear about God.

It could be argued that they were just coming along to get out of the intense heat and have juice and biscuits at the end but I am choosing to believe they were there because God has His hand

One day she prayed and asked God to help her little boy walk

upon their lives and He is drawing them one by one to know Him in a very real way.

The theme of our programmes this year was Daniel and some of the accounts we find of him in the Bible. I was amazed that some of the children in that tough hard community could tell us about Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego and it made me wonder if our children in this community would have been able to tell us the names as readily.

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