Monthly Archives: August 2014

meeting a PCC colleague in Romania

Barnabas Bridge – Saturday August 30 2014 – finding a PCC colleague in Romania The central Romanian city of Cluj (full name is Cluj-Napoca) is one of the most important academic, cultural, industrial and business centres in Romania. Among other … Continue reading

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Ghimbav, where church meets every day!

Barnabas Bridge – Friday August 29 2014 – Ghimbav, where church meets every day! Ghimbav is a short drive from Romania’s major tourist city of Brasov. Biserica Stanca Vieti (Rock of Life Church) was a blessing to visit. Meeting in … Continue reading

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sometimes just a little practical help

<Barnabas Bridge – Thursday August 28 2014 – practical help As we have explained before, Barnabas Bridge is primarily a ministry of encouragement and education as we, along with those who travel with us, connect personally with Romanian churches and … Continue reading

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risky business?

Barnabas Bridge – Wednesday August 27 2014 – Risky Work? The photos below are from Tg Mures. They could be from any city in Romania. And the brutal living conditions we have seen in rural villages break our hearts. We … Continue reading

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the solution is quite simple, really!

Barnabas Bridge – Tuesday August 26 2014 – The solution is quite simple, really! These churches need help, really! It is a harsh reality: the difficult challenge of keeping a church open in Romania is a test of trust. It … Continue reading

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the children

Barnabas Bridge – Monday August 25 2014 – The Children Corruption and poverty – this is the future for many Romanian children. Whether, Hungarian, Roma or Romanian, these kids will grow up struggling to either cope with or break from … Continue reading

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another aspect of ministry

Barnabas Bridge – Sunday August 24 2014 – Another aspect of ministry Ok, so not everything in ministry is preaching, prayer, and praise. Sometimes you just ‘gotta’ eat. And Romanians know how to do this! The good thing about travelling … Continue reading

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