Funding is short for Romanian/Russian production

By June 21, 2004

USA (MNN) — It’s a goal Mission Network News has had for many years. Expanding our radio broadcasts into more languages. Why? So, God can mobilize even more people to get involved in missions, whether it’s through prayer, giving financially, or going to the mission field.

“We were approached by Little Samaritan Mission back in February to begin translating Mission Network News into Romanian and Russian,” says Executive Director of Mission Network News. He says, “The goal is to begin broadcasting MNN in Romania, Moldova and Russia as soon as possible. But, as we began talking through the production aspects, we found we needed to raise the money for the production equipment.”

To date MNN has been able to raise a little less than half of the money needed for the project. “If the money comes in, it will allow millions of believers in Romania, Moldova and Russia to hear first hand about missionary needs around the world. What a great opportunity to help mobilize even more people to pray for the Great Commission. I can only imagine how God will use this new broadcasts to recruit even more people for His work,” says Yoder.

Christians in the west are needed for this project. Yoder says, “Many people in these countries make hardly any money at all. And, most of what they make goes toward food, clothing and even local ministry. They really need our support. This is a broadcast the Romanian, Moldavian, and Russian people are asking for. I hope we can help them.”

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