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March Saturday programs

Peace everyone,

The month of March has passed and we wish to write you what has happened:

As you know this month started with celebration of women, and to signify this we made mother’s day cards with the children of the center for the women who work there. We discovered much talent with drawing, painting, and modeling with clay. I’d especially like to thank Cosmina, a girl from the center who is very talented with the crafts and she helps us many times with the children.

In the middle of March, we were visited by a group in England led by Sylvia Brown as well as Pastor Aubrey Cardy and his wife Janet. There were an additional 3 persons along in the group and we enjoyed the time we spent with them at the program at the church on Saturday.  There were 45 children at our gathering and 15 leaders, including the guests from England. We presented to them our skit we rehearsed with the children on The Paralyzed Man and sang some songs, after which our guests from England acted out a skit on Peter’s denial of Jesus, because of it being Easter in the West.  It was a meaningful message for the children as well as the adult leaders.

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The children learned 2 new songs in English, and for a craft we decorated a 3D cross with jewels and foam stickers. We closed with a series of questions about the message of the day for which the children received prizes. At the end, each child was treated with a lunch from McDs. Thanks English team!!

Motives for prayer:
Rehearsal of songs for Easter
The children know the Bible
They sing in their free time
For Teen Camp, and regular meetings with the youth from our church and our town

Thank you for your support in prayer and material things

With much love in Christ,
the team of volunteers
Lucian & Becca Avadanei

Author:

We are Lucian and Becca Avadanei, a young couple bent on orphan ministry. We met while both of us were involved in ministry to Romanian children, and decided to team up in our efforts to help orphans and abandoned children discover who they are. Now, we are serving together in Children and Youth Outreach in Romania under the organization My Brother’s Keeper Ministries. Follow us on our blog and learn how you can pray for the children.

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