Life and Snow

Life and Snow
This winter has been pretty harsh here in Braila. I have spoken to several people who say things like… “My mom is 80 and she says that she doesn’t ever remember such a bad winter.” Basically I would say that by this point we have seen around 4 feet of snow fall and there have been day when the temperature was consistently below zero (F) and some mornings I remember the wind chill being somewhere around -13F. Now, that is cold! Ok, there is a reason for my rambling about the weather and it is not about me. Here in our city and in most of the country I suspect, people just have to...
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Children, Music and Prayer

Children, Music and Prayer
Last Sunday I was privileged to see something very encouraging. Often all we hear in society is how the young people are “not like they used to be.” I must admit that sometimes we all tend to focus on all of the “bad apples” out there and not acknowledge the good ones. Sunday I witnessed the good. I was attending worship services at Holy Trinity Baptist Church in Braila and as a part of their services they allowed some of the young people and children to play some special music and pray as a group in the service. One young man played a song on the violin and a young lady played...
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A Whole New Day

A Whole New Day
Recently, our ministry team went into an area in North Braila to prayer walk and engage people on the streets. We had a good experience talking to some young people on the corner of one of the side streets and were able to read through several scriptures with one young man in particular while many looked (and listened) on. Troy was leading us as we broke ground, so to speak, in this new area. I can say that I was most impressed by the young people who came with us in the freezing cold and that after about 4 hours of scriptural study back in Galati. I won’t try to say who all of the young people...
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