(reposted from our team blog, cbf-romany-ministries.blogspot.com) In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. John 1:1 (NIV) I first met Anna* at church - a noisy, come-and-go Romany church with services in Sinti Romani with simultaneous translation into Dutch. Anna, with her 7 or 8 children,... Continue Reading →
(reposted from our team blog - cbf-romany-ministries.blogspot.com) In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel from the first day until now, being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.... Continue Reading →
Next week begins the week of prayer for Roma People, which coincides with International Roma Day on April 8. As we do every year, the Romany Team has compiled a prayer guide for the week - complete with stories and prayer requests from our teammates who work among the Roma People in Europe. If you're... Continue Reading →
Today's snapshot is from our trip last week to Spain for our annual team meeting. We're so honored and blessed to be able to work alongside these wonderful friends - God is truly good, and he's doing amazing things in the world!
This week we have a team meeting in Mallorca, Spain. On the way to the meeting we've stopped to visit with the Norman family, field personnel in the Barecelona area. So this weeks words are: Španielsko - [SHPA-nyel-skoh] - Spain priatelia - [PREE-ah-tell-ya] - friends
Today let's learn a verb! Last Friday we began our spring English Conversation Course. We TEACH English. The verb "to teach" in Slovak is: učiť [oo-cheet] Like most languages, the verbs can be changed to reflect who is doing the action. We learn the same table of conjugation that most of you have learned for... Continue Reading →
During January our ministry is the focus for Form and Spark, CBF's monthly mission curriculum for preschoolers and elementary-aged children. We wanted you, our partners, to know about these... but not just because they're about us! Form and Spark are published bi-monthly, and feature lesson plans that teach children about the work of CBF's field personnel, as well as showing... Continue Reading →
This week the CBF Blog is featuring articles about the work being done among the Roma people. If you haven't been there yet, go check it out - http://www.cbfblog.com!
Happy New Year! This week's picture was sent to us by our friends at Franklin Baptist Church in Franklin, Virginia. We're so grateful, in this New Year, for partners near and far like you who support God's work here among the Roma people. Thank you for being a part of God's work!