Marino Mojtic (Macedonian Mission to the Balkans) shares a little about his recent ministry...
Greetings from Macedonia.
Wow! This was one very cold and snowy winter. We had not had for quite some time.
I am thankful that God gives us wisdom, strength and endurance to continue to be faithful for what He called us to do. I do feel very blessed to be able to lead worship in the local church in Skopje, preach and teach, lead the youth and do other administrative work.
Also, I am very blessed to know that by God’s grace we can help investing in the lives of the people who are willing to follow Christ and also to invest in those who consider involvement in ministry, particularly church planting.
The course I do by correspondence runs well. The students send their reports in and get new book to learn from. There are around 40 students like that. The photo (next to the link through to this page) is of one student receiving her certificate from me for passing one level. Evangelistic outreaches happen in different parts of the country of Macedonia and I am thankful to be part of those.
What makes me sad and really bothers me is that there are poor people coming and seeking help. I know that there are poor people, but I have got to know some of them more personally and it is hard to see how they struggle in their lives.
As church we do help them, but that is just to survive barely. Seeing them, I do really feel thankful for how God blesses me. I do want to be used more in their lives and to see how God changes their lives, spiritually and economically.
Thank you for being with us and supporting us. Without you we would not be able to do the ministry in Macedonia.
May God bless you and keep you well.
Marino, Vesna, Kristina & Iva