Comarnic

“Now, therefore, Israel, what does the Lord, your God, ask of you but to fear the Lord, your God, to follow in all His ways, to love and serve the Lord, your God, with your whole heart and with your whole being…” (Deuteronomy 10:12)

There could be many things to write on thoughts. But there’s no point to that. After all, God’s glory is important in the ministry, in any ministry.
To sum it all, we’ve passed from hope to lack of hope, from joy to sadness and then joy again, frustration, lots of work with no visible result and the list may go on.

But praises be to our Father, He does not act on emotions, although He is the creator of feelings as well. On the contrary, He works against all odds.
This year we’ve learned that God never leave or forsakes His ministry. The people are the ones that stop believing, stop asking for things according to His will, stop waiting on Him. We’ve learned, time and again, that God looks at the heart not at the outward appearance; we’ve learned that if we don’t give in the control over things to God, to the smallest detail, it will, inevitably, go out of our control.
God is everything and He has to be our everything!

Seventeen children and ten grownups enjoyed the Christmas celebration in Comarnic, with English Christmas carols and poems. At the end each child got a present and each grown up got a devotional calendar for the next year.
And then the kids in Campina enjoyed their bit of Christmas celebration, singing and reciting and just being there with the church.

Praise God for that! We’re grateful to God for His faithfulness and we’re grateful to you for your continual prayer and support. There is power in His servants’ fervent prayer!

This is our resolution for the year 2015: fear the Lord, follow in all His ways, love and serve God with our whole heart and our whole being. This is the message we want to pass along to the kids we meet with. In His abundant love and grace.

 For the ECM team,
Andrei and Ana Vasile

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