Drugs and alcohol once enslaved Bobi, a Gypsy husband and father. Through the influence of a school teacher from the Jericho Road Program who spoke about the need for Christ, Bobi repented and desires to begin a new life.

The Jericho Road Program reaches out to impoverished and neglected Romanians. Most of those helped are Gypsies, who are largely excluded from the rest of society. Food parcels, agricultural projects, remedial schools, Christian literature, and marriage seminars are some of the ways we help meet physical needs and share the love of Christ.

Maria and her family are grateful for the monthly food parcel they receive through this program. The parcel helps feed their eight children and stretch their income.

Maria is touched by the Christian witness she sees through this aid. She started to attend church and publicly expressed her desire to serve the Lord. Her husband mistreats her when he is under the influence of alcohol, but Maria clings to her new faith.

Please pray for Maria’s journey of faith and that she could show Christ to her husband.


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