Falesti orphanage

Wow–This is amazing. For those who may read this this is my first time in Moldova. I truely believe God is working miracles here. If not with the people here then within me. I have read how the Holy Spirit allows people to hear exactly what they need to hear, from whom they need to hear it and when they need to hear it. I have experienced this all day. I have talked to at least 100 children, with and without translators, today and we always manage to understand each other. These are some of the most open and loving children I have ever met. I walk into the room and there they are all over me. I worked with children between the ages of 2 and 6 all morning. Others in my group have nicknamed me Gulliver. By the time I had to leave I was pinned on the floor by 10 or more children. What an experience. In the afternoon I helped the other group with the children between the ages of 7 and 16. They all want so much attention it is almost overwelming. The joy and excitement that you feel all day is nothing less than a gift from God. May the Lord continue to bless us as he has today. God be with you

7 Comments on “Falesti orphanage”

  1. Anonymous

    All I can say is wow back to you! We are so happy for you, and it sounds like you’re having a great time with the kids. Robbie says you’re the first thing she thinks of every morning – you are all we’re thinking of all day! We are praying that you and the team continue to feel that joy (even after you’re home)! Lots of love,
    Sarah

  2. Anonymous

    Hey Dad! I love you and I miss you! I just want you to know how much I miss you, but we know you are doing good things! The other kids are lucky to get to spend a week with my dad! I love you NOW! Hope

  3. Anonymous

    Hi, Son – From a little farm boy to a father with a wonderful wife and three beautiful children and now on a team mission trip 1/2 way around the world. Wow! You amaze me. I’m praying for you and the team. Love, Dad.

  4. Anonymous

    Hey! Chad and I prayed for you every night – we had to turn away from the beautiful sunset in the Virgin Islands to pray for you! We’re home and I have lots to share with you, but not as much as you have to tell me! Love you lots,
    Velvet

  5. Anonymous

    Hey Brian!

    Julie and I were just talking about you yesterday and your incredible desire to spend time with these kids. We can’t wait til you come back to work and share your experiences with us. Give the kids hugs from your American friends in HR and let them know we love them too.
    Jennifer

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