Jericho Road Program
Opportunities for Gypsies
Today Gypsies live in various countries, with the largest population in Romania. Many people mistreat and reject them due to this perception.
Food and medicine for Romanian Gypsies
This faithful Christian couple lives in a Romanian Gypsy community. Maria is partially paralyzed, the result of a car accident 9 years ago.
Planting seeds of hope
Deafness keeps Augustina’s husband from obtaining a steady job. His only income is what he gets by begging. Augustina, is a Romanian Gypsy.
Showing Christ to neglected Romanians
The Jericho Road Program reaches out to impoverished and neglected Romanians.Most of those helped are Gypsies, who are excluded from the rest of society.
Food for Orphaned Children
Marioara, a 65-year-old widow from Romania, cares for her two orphaned grandchildren. The children’s mother fought a long battle with cancer, but eventually the sickness took her life. The year before Marioara’s daughter passed away, Jericho Road Program staff...