Stupini, Brasov was our conference meeting place between August 4 and August 8 of 2014. God blessed us with good weather, good food and most of all, good teaching. For about 100 people, mostly youngsters Adam Ashoff  from Hickory Harvest Church and Cristi Chivu from the Bucharest Holy Trinity Church shared God’s view on making disciples and how to be a godly leader.

Our example, the greatest leader of all times, Jesus Christ!

Then we came together in small groups to understand more practically what has been talked about. After lunch we had some nice relaxing time.

In the evening Chris Cerrito, Elijah Nickols – also from Hickory Harverst Church, Ruben Ologeanu – from Bucharest Philadelphia Church -, Adam and Cristi were up on the stage for some panel talking.

The young people were encouraged to find out more about Christ’ truth or to hear the truth of the Gospel explained in detail for the first time; they loved to sing together, they were happy to meet people from places like Caransebes, Alexandria, Campina, Bucharest, Bolintin and others; they were extatic playing football and volleyball. For those who came with their kids, each day a team of two ladies served in taking care of the kids, having fun activities outdoors.

All in all, we are thankful for God’s faithfulness shown each day to us in every detail. To God be the glory!

For the ECM team,
Andrei and Ana Vasile

“Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to Me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”(Matthew 28:18-20)


These are a couple of thoughts from the conference:

I really am sorry that this conference has come to an end, I would have stayed for one more week. I learned that we have to make disciples, teach them so that they will make disciples as well. I pray that all of us here – at the conference – may show to others the love of Christ and let our pride aside.
We will pray for you and I hope, you will pray for us too!" Dan, Caransebes

"I found out that our American brothers made a special effort to be here for us and for that I thank them. 

One thing that spoke to me and that I should be practicing is LOVE. Even when you’re making disciples, when you’re helping your friends with homeworks, all must be done with love, in goodness. No jealousy, no pride. And by that people will know we belong to Christ, if we have love. May God help us apply everything we’ve learned this week." Stefan, Alexandria




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