Refugees arrive at Camp Cristia in Romania
Southeastern alumnus, evangelist, missionary, and Christian camp founder Pavel Clipa says, “God is doing some amazing things around here. This van load of ten refugees left Ukraine for Poland…via Moldova and landed at Christian Camp Cristia in Voronet, Romania. And, we are thankful to our great God for directing them here to the Camp God gave us to use for Him. Today, Camp Cristia is a Fair Haven for refugees. But, as we look at it, Camp Cristia has always been a Fair Haven for refugees (Acts 27:8). Our camp is a place where people who are lost and at war in their soul can run to find rest, safety, and salvation through Christ. Please pray for us as we and other believers serve in this part of God’s Kingdom.“
Missionary/Evangelist/Camp Cristia Founder/Ambassador
Pavel Clipa was born in Romania and attended Southeastern College from 1995 to 1997. Pavel founded Camp Cristia in Romania which is one of the most effective and beautiful Christian camps in the world. Pavel travels the world declaring the good news of Jesus. Remarkably, he finds a way to sit with foreign leaders and dignitaries and share the gospel of Jesus Christ. His family was united with Richard Wurmbrand through the persecution that took place in the mid-1900’s. Sadly, Pavel’s father was martyred by the communist regime of Romania during the persecution.
The Nick & Candy Corlata Family
Pastor/Church Planters Carpineni, Moldova
Nick and Candy Corlata are missionary church planters in Carpineni, Moldova. They request your prayers right now as they are actively involved in helping refugees and the war-torn people in Ukraine. Pray that the seeds of the gospel they have sown so faithfully in that region will germinate into a harvest of souls. Pray that the believers in their church will experience the incredible joy of serving the King during this crisis. Pastor Nick is involved in other means of helps right now. Please pray for wisdom and strength to sustain he and Candy. Pray for Moldova and the entire region.
Candy graduated from Southeastern College in 1999. Nick took classes from Southeastern in 2006. It has been a joy to visit them on the field and see the beautiful church that God is building through their efforts.
“A Church on its knees is much stronger than a standing army.”
Children in Romania draw the Ukrainian and Romanian flags united for peace.
David vs. Goliath
Victor & Shana Pascaru
Pastor/Church Planters Cainari, Moldova
Victor & Shana Pascaru are missionary church planters in Cainari, Moldova. They request your prayers right now as they are actively involved in helping refugees and the war-torn people in Ukraine. Below you can read a recent update about a discussion they had around their dinner table with their family. It was on a topic that will awaken us all to the realities of the war. By clicking on the link attached to their names, you can go to their Facebook page a watch a video update of them and their church people actively serving hot meals to the five-plus miles of cars lined up to leave Ukraine.
Shana graduated from Southeastern College in 1999. While serving in Moldova as a missionary teacher, she met Victor, and they later married. God is blessing their family and church.
Orașul Gura Humorului, Gura Humorului 725301, Romania
Every year, Camp Cristia makes a difference in the lives of hundreds of people who discover Christ is the answer.