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Saturday September 8, 2012

God has graciously opened a door for us to return to Romania in a few weeks. Our financial partners/investors are generous! It has been exactly a year since our last ministry/mission trip. The air tickets are purchased but the schedule is still being developed. We know we will be in Timisoara the first weekend. We leave from Vancouver Wednesday October 3 and return to Vancouver Thursday October 18, in time for Synod meetings in White Rock. The focus of our trips is usually teaching a Barnabas Seminar but this time we will make additional contacts with some churches & ministries, visit some new cities, and hope to preach multiple times both weekends. Yvonne and I trust that we can connect with many of our Romanian Facebook friends, and visit again with the wonderful & inspirational Christian friends we have made on previous trips.

The Barnabas Seminars – especially with Pastor Marian Paduret in Bacau who had this exciting idea and vision years ago – is still our primary objective in the years to come. We love to teach, and to have North American colleagues accompany us. Many have said they are interested, but could not commit to this Fall. We are looking for others to come along on future visits to this wonderful country.

Follow all the details and blessings of our October work right here on this blog, and on Facebook or Twitter.

About dougjohns

In 2016 Doug Johns retired from ministry in Canada to devote more time to international work and travel. He is a graduate of York Univ. (B.A.) and Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary (M.Div.). Doug is married to Yvonne and they live in Creston, BC. They have four grown children plus eight grandchildren. Doug is a serious runner. Combined with an insatiable passion for geography from his youth, running races around the world has become a gateway for adventure. Doug started distance running at age 60. He has worked, studied, traveled, and run internationally.
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