Every Thursday we have singing practice with the church choir and on Fridays the men of our church have a time of prayer and Bible study. We pray for the ministry that will be in October when a team of Christian doctors will come in our village to give free assistance to everybody in need as well to tell the people about God.
In March the sisters prepared some food and fed the people at the rehabilitation centre in Malineshti. Everybody thanked us a lot. Also in march I visited 8 members of our church and three friends with whom I talked a lot about God and prayed with them.
We organized an outreach in Rakitna where 308 people attended it. It was a great evangelism and people in the community liked it a lot, but they don’t want to repent. Please, pray for our village and the people living here, as well for the local church in Rakitna. We all need a spiritual awakening.
We announced a prayer and fasting time for 7 days in the church. We will pray for the holiness of our families and of the church and then, three days we will fast and pray for the people in our village who are not saved yet and for the event on February 11th.
I visited the church in Vizhnitsa, where my son Benjamin and his wife Lily live. There I preached at a morning service; but the most wonderful moment there was the dedication of Benjamin and Lily’s first newborn Mathew, and my first grandson.
This month I was ill, I had a cold. I praise God for healing me. My family is getting bigger: in Benjamin’s family a baby boy was born. The most important thing is that everybody is serving the Lord. I may say the words written in 3 John 4- “I have no greater joy than to hear that my childrenare walking in the truth.”
I was born on December 22nd, 1963 in a family with 10 children, being the youngest child. My Christian parents were a great example for me, so that after I finished school I received the Lord Jesus as my Lord and Savior. I completed 10 grades of middle school, then three years of professional school. During these last three years I also attended music school and learned to become a choir conductor. I started to work in the church as a choir director. On February 2nd 1985 I was baptized shortly after I accepted the Lord as my Savior.
My wife told him that I’m at church, so he came to church and finding me started to cry and confess that he is fed up of his lifestyle and needed God. They all are people burdened by sin, who need a change in their lives.
I am glad for the three teenagers, who were in Boian at the PIEI camp this summer as they come regularly to church and to the Bible study.
By God’s Grace we lived one more month in which we experienced wonderful moments with our Lord. In PIEI camp in Boian two teenagers from Rakitna accepted the Lord. The girl’s name is Julia and the boy’s name is Daniel.