Moldova

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CHILDREN NEED TO KNOW THEY ARE NEVER ALONE

Children in our world are reeling from abandonment, trafficking, poverty, and depression. But they don’t have to face it alone.

In Moldova, a tiny country in Europe with huge social problems, thousands of children are left fending for themselves as parents look for work outside their borders. They are growing up with no parental love, no sense of hope for the future, and no sense of identity as children of God. If these vulnerable kids don’t know what God says about them in His Word, anyone can tell them their worth.

By sharing the gospel with these youth, you can let them know they are totally, unconditionally, incomparably loved. Through God’s Word, they can realize they are so valuable and precious that Christ gave everything up to give them a new life.

A GO Team is going out to share New Testaments and Hope magazines with youth in Moldova. Many of the kids at the camps are social orphans or facing difficult situations at home, and trying to take care of themselves.

Every $5 provides a copy of God’s Word so a child can learn that God is always with them. Let’s be part of the spiritual rescue team! And let’s help children escape fear to be found in perfect love.

About MOLDOVA
  • Population: 3.6 million
  • Language: Romanian, Russian
  • Main Religion: Orthodox (96%)
  • Scriptures shared: 13,000
The Need

Poverty, sexual abuse, and addictions weigh heavily on young Moldovan boys and girls. As they reach their teens, so many of them are lured out of the country with tempting promises of wealth, security, and a good future—but end up trapped in sexual exploitation instead. It’s so heart-breaking!

But you can step in and help prevent tragedies like that from happening. You can share the love of Christ and offer those kids a copy of God’s Word before their desperation leads them down those dark paths.

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