Cipi (pronounced “Chipy”) was 12 when he came to ITMI’s Casa Dorca Orphanage in Prillipet, Romania with his brother and sister. One of his earliest memories was…
We couldn’t do what we do without you, our supporters. This is just one small way we can say, “Thank you!” This month’s photo was taken in Romania, near ITMI’s Casa Dorca Orphanage.
We’re so grateful for the generous way ITMI supporters have responded to the needs of Bethesda Home in Romania. Let’s keep showing God’s love and compassion to these widows.
Not long ago…
We couldn’t do what we do without you, our supporters. This is just one small way we can say, “Thank you!” Each month, we feature one beautiful photo from Steve with a convenient calendar of that month for you to set as your desktop photo. July’s was taken in a rural Ukrainian village of Romanian-speakers when Steve travelled there with Adi Ban earlier this year.
Bethesda Home is a great testimony to the unsaved staff and extended Romanian families that see first-hand the difference between Bethesda’s quality of care and what would happen in a state-run elderly care facility. We are looking for 100 supporters to adopt a widow for $50 per month.
Greetings! I’m fresh off an extended trip to Poland, Romania and Ukraine. We have a lot of great stories of what God is doing in Eastern Europe with Bible translations, street evangelism, homeless ministry, orphans, widow care and forgotten people discipleship.
Greetings from somewhere in the remote hills of Ukraine. Our Romanian partner, Adi Ban and two of his three sons and I drove 6 hours north through eastern Hungary and into the Ukraine today. We’re here to…
The images were forever branded into her memory. Elderly women, abandoned by their children in icy, un-heated homes. Soiled sheets and meager blankets, their only defense against a bitter winter. Bedsores and other ailments unattended to. Limp legs and arms, frail with age and hunger.
I would ask my mother, “Why are you drinking?” Her answer, “I drink so that I can forget what I have gone through all the years was a slave.”
We couldn’t do what we do without you, our supporters. This is just one small way we can say, “Thank you!” Now, you can enjoy the photography of Steve Evers on your computer everyday! Each month, we’ll feature one beautiful photo from Steve with a convenient calendar of that month for you to set as your desktop photo. December’s is a quaint street in Romania.