Romania, like all of Eastern Europe, is now wide open to the Gospel and therefore pastors,
missionaries and Christian workers are desperately needed. In following
Christ's example to choose and train disciples to proclaim the message of the
Gospel, RMS seeks to assist dedicated young men and women who respond to the
call of God for Christian service.
at Christian colleges and theological seminaries in Romania want to make a difference in their
culture, but they need help to fulfill their dreams. The economy in Romania is still struggling and poverty is
prevalent. These students need an adoptive sponsor to make their goal of
ministry possible. You can play a significant role in preparing them for God's
Many students are being equipped for pastoring or church work. Others are
training as evangelists, missionaries, broadcasters, social workers and
writers. Some students are preparing to teach religion in Romanian public
elementary and high schools.
student has God's handprint on his or her life and bears testimony of God's
love, faithfulness and power. On weekends and school vacation breaks, these
students go to nearby villages and towns to share the Gospel through preaching
and music. Others minister in orphanages or institutions for the disabled.
The Adopt-a-Student program links a
Christian student at a theological institution in Romania with a Christian sponsor in America, who prays for the student and
provides full or partial tuition assistance. As a result of this program,
hundreds of graduates are now involved in ministry in Romania, Moldova and other former Communist-bloc
how the program works ...
- A $120 monthly support can
cover a student's tuition expenses for an entire school year.
- Sponsors receive photos and
- Sponsors are encouraged to
pray for their students on a regular basis.
- Students must enroll in an
approved theological school.
- Students are encouraged to
regularly communicate with their sponsors.
meaning and effect of this ministry can be summed up in the words of Sorin M.,
who writes, "I am called to be a
preacher of the Word. I know that being a student at this seminary would not
have been possible without your financial support, and I want you to know that
I thank God for you and I appreciate your sacrifice."
for a full year support, a monthly commitment, or even a one-time gift will
enable us to continue to train young people for ministry in an area of the
world that has a critical shortage of Christian leaders and an intense hunger
for the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
For more information and a list of current opportunities, please contact our
office (e-mail to
or call at 630-665-6503).
Stories of students (links)