Raducu and Daniela were the first evangelical believers in their Romanian village situated close to the Black Sea. Since their conversion, Raducu pastors a small church that has grown to 22 members.

Raducu used to work as a professional truck driver, which required long distance traveling. But after he became a believer, Raducu wanted to be home with his family and church. Although he knew it would be difficult, Raducu took steps towards this goal by taking a loan to build two greenhouses.

When Raducu and Daniela received Family-Self-Support funds to help pay off the loan used for the metal and plastic, they were encouraged. “We’ve prayed much about this move and believe God answered our prayers,” Raducu said. “This has strengthened our faith in Him.”

To help support the Family Self Support program, please click below to give a one-time gift.

One-time Donation


YES, I intend to sponsor a family in Liberia, Romania, Ukraine, or other country to help them become self-supporting. My one-time gift will help provide a resource such as land, machinery, sewing machine, cow, horse and wagon, tools, greenhouse, or fishing nets.

For a sponsorship of $1,000 or more, you will receive brief information about the family you sponsored, along with a description of the aid they received.

NOTE: This sponsorship is covered with a one-time donation instead of with monthly donations.

Other Related Stories

congregation, family-self-support program, greenhouse

Working for a new House

Raducu is a church leader in Romania who works hard to support his family and shepherd his congregation. His family of nine lives in a small lean-to house they built beside their church. After receiving a gift from CAM’s Family-Self-Support program last year, Raducu...
Read more..