The director of the kindergarten asked me to lead the work outside the kindergarten building where during three weeks in a row 8-10 people came every day to build some pavements from tiles. When I was healthy I could do this kind of work very well, that’s why she asked me to supervise the work.
In April we celebrated three big holidays: Annunciation on April 7th, the Palm Sunday on 9th and Easter on 16th. On these holidays I talked to a lot of people of different ages, on the roads and at their homes.
Although Fagadau is a little village, a lot of people are worried of their future. For example a young man of 23 met me and asked me how he can stay faithful to the Lord, as it is difficult nowadays to keep faith in God.
At the village of Novoselitsa I talked to the mayor. He asked me a lot of questions that were not clear for him in the Bible and I with God’s help answered at all of them.
We thank God for giving us the opportunity to share the Gospel to the unsaved people. We invited them to church. We pray for all who heard the Gospel to open their hearts and homes for Jesus.
In the last month of 2016 I had the opportunity to share the people in Fagadau the Good News of Jesus Christ. In December the orthodox people celebrate different kinds of holidays such as Saint Nicholas Day or Saint Andrew’s Day that are significant for them but they don’t know who these saints were.
This man, Mihai had a CT scan in Chernovtsy and the doctors diagnosed him with cancer that turned in metastasis. He had spent a fortune on chemo for 6 months with no results; then I offered him to go to Lvov, to have a consultation at the hospital where I stayed before.
I started to tell them about my faith in God and about Jesus Christ as the world’s Savior and Lord. They listened to me very carefully and one of the doctors told me that only with God’s power and wisdom they do a surgery.
In September God has opened me the door to preach the Gospel to the unbelievers. While driving my granddaughters Julia and Valeria to school, I had the opportunity to talk to the school principle, Mrs. Emma, whom I am greeting almost every morning.