More radio stations on the air in Moldova

By February 2, 2004

Moldova (MNN) — “God is in control.” Florin Pindic Blaj, with Little Samaritan Mission , stood in awe as the communist government in Moldova granted him an extension on radio licenses for 13 Christian radio stations. Pindic Blaj says the charity work the ministry conducts was taken into consideration.

“We still provide for 10,000 orphans. And, we send coats, about 7,000 coats for (the) winter. We send containers with food. And now, they have a severe drought (during) the summer time, that is the reason that I am trying make a container with food from Chicago.”

Pray for Pindic Blaj as he prepares to transition the ministry from its infancy to sustaining needs. Little Samaritan Mission is in need of funding to transport supplies as well as follow up on ministry requests. The stations are over run with phone calls and letters seeking information on the Gospel. Pindic Blaj says they’ve received over 5,000 phone calls asking for counseling and prayer from their ministry.

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