Romania (MNN)–Post-Communism is still felt by Romania’s church. Spiritual and physical poverty are a challenge to evangelism.
AMG International works with 14 church planters in Romania, who minister to families in rural villages. Many believers in Romania have to meet in home churches, because they do not have a church building.
With the support of US donors and churches, one of AMG’s church planters in Romania recently dedicated a small chapel they built, closing a two-year project. Now, the church body has a place for worship and they stand as a beacon of hope for their community.
According to the church planter, the dedication allowed the small group of believers to put down roots. Before that, he says, “We moved the location of our meetings from house to house. We had been doing this until May of this year. After many hours of prayers, God answered and His answer is our own church building where we can meet without any interference from anyone.”
AMG International has been involved in several outreaches in Romania including childcare, newspaper evangelism, and support of national workers.