Our church in Cluj, Romania has a Christmas caroling team going out in the city every evening this week to sing about the coming of Christ into the world and share the gospel with people. Here’s a clip of some of that ministry that took place this evening at the city hall.
Here are two videos from the worship service at the church in Cluj from last Sunday, when we introduced several songs that are new to our church for corporate worship. The videos include some praise songs popularized by the Fratii de la Toflea (Brothers from Toflea). Part 1 — Songs “Vreau sa Iti Cant,” “Cine se increde in Domnul” and “Glorie Tie Doamne”
Part 2 — A medley including “Esti Pregatit sa Pleci,” “Mare Dumnezeu Avem,” “Suntem o familia,” and others.
You’ll enjoy the videos all the more if you play them full screen by clicking the arrows in the bottom right corner of the player screen and in HD by clicking on the HD icon. Blessings to you.
Lord-willing, this weekend, we have our first two big evangelistic outreaches of the summer. Saturday, the worship team and others will go to the city’s central park to do music, pass out tracts, and seek Divine appointments to share the gospel. Then Sunday, our church is joining with other ministries to do an outdoor public service to reach the gypsy population in the neighborhood where our church meets. Please pray for God to move mightily in these events, for the reaching of the lost and for the spiritual growth of young disciples who are new to public ministry. Please also pray for weather favorable to fruitful ministry, and for the weekly basketball outreach that is continuing on Fridays.
On another note, our friend Randy from Texas will be joining us in ministry this week. He flew out of Dallas this afternoon, and if all goes well, will arrive in Romania tomorrow afternoon.
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