Saturday, November 10, 2007

New Beginnings at YWAM Constanta!!!

Discipleship Training School- Oct. 2007

I am excited to share with you that Sunday night, Oct. 14th was the beginning of my second experience as a Discipleship Training Staff, and the start of a powerful adventure into the heart of God for our five new students from four different nations! This is our Discipleship Training School- three months of teaching on God's character, nature, heart for missions, etc. and 2 and a half months of practically applying all that has been learned by reaching our to the nations with the love of Jesus! Our students are: Chrissy, 19, from USA; Cosmina, 24, from Romania; Adin, 20, from Romania; Leo, 31, from Norway; and Peter, 18, from Canada. They are a great bunch of people and I am really enjoying getting to know them and have great expectations for the aweseom things God has in store for their lives!

In the classroom with Tony Hedricks

Our other great beginning here at YWAM Constanta, was the official grand opening of NEW WINE CAFE, our students/youth outreach ministry! God has been more than faithful to provide all that was needed to get the cafe up and running and our YWAM staff team really pulled together to get everything done by October 19th, opening night. The evening was kicked off with a live performance by our talented YWAM staff and student, Eugen Petcaru and Leo Chaparian. The evening was full with friends from YWAM, Campus Crusade for Christ with their friends, and young people coming in off the street. It was great to have so many people there, sharing together and having a good time. We are privileged to be the ONLY place in Constanta like this- a coffee house where students are wanted, welcomed and loved with the Love of God!!!!


@strid said...

Dear Leah,
I don't exactly know where I know you from; maybe from Romania in 2004?? (I was there then with a Dutch Group from SoulSurvivor)
I really like your blog!
Astrid from Holland

Mihaela (Misha) said...

I love your pictures!! The coffee house looks sooooo different and so nice! Good job!
Have a great time in Cluj and Ias!!!
Blessings from a fellow DTS worker!!

Vasilica said...

Hey !!! Nice Work !!!

I glad to see what God i doing true

this ministry in Constanta !!!

God bless you.

bicycle said...

Just wanted to say hello! I love keeping up with your blog and seeing your pictures! Give Romania my love! :)

Collin O'Bryant said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Collin O'Bryant said...

Hi Leah,
My name is Collin O'Bryant. I will be graduating from college in Colorado this May, and I'm planning a trip which will start with a short term mission trip in Africa, and then a trip to Eastern Europe this June. I've been searching for blogs by missionaries because I really want this trip to be about blessing missionaries, and partnering with them in prayer and any other way I can. So I was just wondering if you are still working in Romania and if there was any way my friend and I could bless your ministry this June. I love the fact that no matter where we go in the world, we always have brothers and sisters in Christ. So let me know how I can pray for your ministry! YWAM is close to my heart as I went on a short term trip with them in 2006 to China. You can email me at
May God bless you and the work you are doing!


Anonymous said...

Hi, this is not so related to your page, but it is the site you asked me 1 month ago about the abs diet. I tried it, worked well. Well here is the site

jolielee said...

leah you are a beautiful woman! your hair is so long. you radiate jesus! i miss you a ton.

im off to bed now. noapte buna draga!

"All that is not the love of God has no meaning for me. I can truthfully say that I have no interest in anything but the love of God which is in Christ Jesus. If God wants it to, my life will be useful through my word and witness. If He wants it to, my life will bear fruit through my prayers and sacrifices. But the usefulness of my life is His concern, not mine. It would be indecent of me to worry about that."
- Dominique Voillaume
(From "The Signature of Jesus" by Brennan Manning)