A Musical Christmas Card

We know it’s a busy time of year, so we only want to take a moment of your time.  This brief update comes with our THANKS and a couple of GIFTS.

First the GIFTS… we have two songs to share with you.  One is a song Jon wrote, and the other is Christmas song that’s a preview of Roma Voices, a recording project we’ll be releasing in 2020.  Follow the links below to listen to the songs:

Jon tries to write and record a song each Christmas.  This year’s song is called “What Hope is Like.”  Click the image above for a link to the song.  (Music and Lyrics © 2019 by Jon Parks)
“Šťastné a Veselé” (Happy and Merry) was recorded by young musicians from the Lunik IX settlement in Kosice.  Click the image above to listen to the song and read about the project.

Next is a video we made a couple of weeks ago as a year-end report to our many partners.  There are so many people who are an important part of what we do here – people who give, who pray, who encourage, who come and help.  Without YOU, we could not do what God has called us here to do!  So this video comes with our gratitude for a year of partnership, and our anticipation for what God will do in 2020.

It’s a very busy and full time of year… but we hope that in the midst of this busyness you’ve been able to experience God’s hope and peace.  We wish you blessings for a Christmas and New Year filled with the joy of God’s presence!
                                                                           Veselé Vianoce (Merry Christmas),

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  1. Jon, deeply appreciate your beautiful Christmas musical card. So original and inspiring! I will be listening to it quite often these coming days. May you and those who you minister to have a blessed Christmas. My prayers and love, Ruth Sent from my iPad

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