Bible League reaches a milestone in Romania

By November 28, 2005

Romania (MNN) — 2005 has become a milestone year for the Bible League in Romania.

According to the Bible League’s national director Timothy Mitrofan, “A total of more than 1,000 new church have been planted in Romania as a direct result of Bible League training during the past 12 years.”

Bible League trained workers there have established 1,065 new evangelical churches since 1993, when the Bible League first began working with national Christians. In 2005 alone, national partners report 81 new churches and more than 18,200 new church members.

However, the need remains critical as more than 9,500 towns and villages still are without an evangelical presence. The country’s poor economy is forcing many people to leave the country in order to find work. As a result, the number of church workers is dwindling.

Your gift of support can continue supplying Bibles to this needy region of the world, which will see many turn to Christ and become active in evangelistic outreach.

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