Eric C. Barrett

Glimpses Of God’s Grace

DAISY, Braille
  • Publisher: Slavic Gospel Association
  • ISBN: 9780951839522

Slavic Gospel Association -:An exultation of some of the things God has graciously been doing in eastern and central Europe and beyond, especially since the fall of the communist empire.

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“…not a policy statement, but an exultation of things God has been doing in this region and how some of us in the West are privileged to help…” “In spite of all the restrictions imposed by the past communist regime of Romania, SGA had the vision and courage to come and suffer with us, work alongside us, pray for us and invest in us. Words are insufficient to describe the calibre of the work and impact SGA has had in Romania over the last 35 years.” Dr Paul Negrut (Romania), President of Emanuel Christian University, Oradea, President of the Baptist Union of Romania. “SGA is a wonderful example of a mission that was dedicated to serve and encourage Christians in the days of communism and since the changes of 1989, continues to sincerely support us and build us up in our faith. Our co-operation with SGA is a real blessing for us.” Dr. Hristo Kulichev (Bulgaria). “We are thankful to God that as a result of SGA’s partnership with us, many local church leaders were trained, many Churches were planted and large numbers of Bibles and Christian study books were provided and distributed.” Rev Stepan Staucean (Moldova) General Secretary of the Evangelical Baptist Union of Moldova. “When Serbia was an isolated country SGA was there serving, supporting and encouraging us in the difficult times we were experiencing. I know that God has used SGA throughout our countries over many years and we are grateful to Him for this.” Rev Avram Dega (Serbia) President of the Fellowship of Serbian Baptist Churches. “We appreciate that SGA’s ministry with us is characterised by integrity, consistency and persistency. The consistency of SGA is shown that even after the great changes of 1989 they remained faithful to their principles and goals of Bible ministry. The fact that SGA maintained their involvement and support of the Gospel in our small country, even though we have not seen any spectacular results, is evidence of their persistency.” Dr Jan Henzel (Slovakia) Council Member of the Free Evangelical Church of Slovakia.

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