It has been a great privilege to serve over the past seven years with HeartCry Missionary Society in Radford, VA, as their Eastern European Coordinator. Paul Washer and the HeartCry staff have been invaluable agents in my personal spiritual growth and understanding of indigenous missions around the world. Their love, wisdom and friendship have sharpened my life and sustained my ministry in innumerable ways.
HeartCry Missionary SocietyI am also deeply grateful for Sorin Prodan for his unwavering loyalty to my wife and me when we have had the opportunity to minister together in Europe. His care of our HeartCry missionary brothers and sisters, godly composure under trials on the field and wise counsel have been testaments to His love for God’s Word and utter dependence upon the Holy Spirit. Moreover, I treasure the memories of the countless hours we have stood side by side when I needed a translator for my messages.
In a recent correspondence to HeartCry’s donors the ministry’s view of missionary work was reiterated, “Missions is the work of God, and in this we find our confidence. However, missions is also the work of the church, and in this we find our responsibility.
Paul Washer and the HeartCry staff have been invaluable agents in my personal spiritual growth and understanding of indigenous missions around the world.
We are called to take the Gospel to the ends of the earth. It is a difficult task, but we draw strength from God’s faithfulness and from your partnership.”
We would appreciate your prayers as HeartCry (www.heartcrymissionary.com) continues to serve indigenous missionaries around the globe. At present, the Lord is using the mission agency to support 178 missionaries in 32 countries.