Our Vision together with you, we will ...
... Raise an army of children and poor to bring the gospel to the unreached parts of Romania.
Latest News hope in action
- Roseti, Romania Church Update Outstretched Hands (OH) of Romania planted the Roseti Church in 2009. We first started our activities in Roseti by gathering children to teach the Bible and this opened the door for us to work with their parents. Roseti is an important Church Plant for us because it is the only church we have that is east of Calarasi. The Roseti Church is a strategic church in building the Kingdom of God in that direction. We did a Childrens Evangelistic Tent event in Borcea last week, a village just past Roseti. We averaged 140 children each day plus adults. People are very open to Jesus in that area and we are called to reach them with the Love of Jesus Christ. Enjoy this months report and photos about Roseti ministry and know that together with your help, Outstretched Hands of Romania is making a difference here in Romania. We need your help in Roseti . . . the "door" to the east. God bless you! Brad Hayes
- 300 Int'l Visitors to Outstretched Hands in 2014 Since our inception in 2003, Outstretched Hands has encouraged people to visit Romania on short term mission trips. The number of visitors each year has steadily increased. In 2014 we had 300 international visitors . . . double the number of visitors from 2013. I want to highlight this very important aspect of our ministry by sending you chapter 10 from my "Missions Is Possible" booklet. If you have not visited us in Romania yet, please consider a trip to Romania as an individual, family, or group. Or, if you have some other country or missionary on your heart . . . take a step of faith and GO. You will be glad you went! God bless you . . Brad Hayes
- Spend Time with a Missionary We received good feedback from the article we sent out earlier in March, called "Creatively Invest In Missions". This current report is chapter 3 from my "Missions Is Possible" booklet, called "Spend Time With A Missionary". In two weeks I fly to the States with my son-in-law Aurel Stoian, Nicu Constantin, and Dennis Petrick, all from our Outstretched Hands team. We will meet with people individually and will conduct special meetings about Outstretched Hands activities in Romania. We are always thankful to meet with people who are interested to be with us. Sometimes people assume we are too busy to get together but it is not true. We travel 5000+ miles just to be with people and celebrate what the Lord has done here and there! God bless you. Pastor Brad Hayes