Radio ministry in jeopardy in Moldova

By January 10, 2007

Moldova/Romania (MNN) — New government regulations may all but dismantle the radio ministry of Little Samaritan Mission in Moldova. According to agency leaders, legislative changes could jeopardize 9 of their 12 radio station licenses.

According to Little Samaritan’s President, Florin Pindicblaj, this month will be a time of challenge for them as they wait for a decision from the government on new media regulations. Please pray.

However, on a positive note, listeners are taking ownership in their network in Moldova. At their most recent Sharathon, listeners pledged the financial support necessary to cover expenses for electricity, rent, towers, equipment and more for the entire year.

Meanwhile, Little Samaritan is also facing challenges with its radio network, since Romania’s entry into the European Union this month. Pindicblaj says entry into the E-U may force Little Samaritan to make adjustments and reforms to meet E-U standards. However, he says the ministry will continue their commitment to sharing the Gospel of Jesus.

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