I am Faith Tehillah Ndebele. I am Zimbabwean. I grew up there, and I came to Poland to study…
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…
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.
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.
Eugene’s passion for teaching children led to other children in the area joining their studies, until 50 children were being homeschooled out of Eugene’s tiny home!
One of our bigger outreaches recently was a trip across the country to the Eastern Province. I am limited in my ability to travel “off road” at the moment because our field vehicle is no longer off-road-worthy. However, this was a great opportunity that I could reach by (mostly, sort of) paved road. But I had many concerns.
Towards the end of the 2014 summer, Jahim contacted Steve and said “…the Hammer is missing!” His family knew not of his whereabouts. Jahim could not get in contact with him. None of his associates knew where he was. He had disappeared.