It is God’s great desire to see people come to know Him and churches planted amongst the Roma gypsie population of our city, Albania and the world.
Village of Janche
The crystal clear water of the Ioannina Sea run along the southern coastline of Albania. These waters both separate Albania from other Mediterranean countries and draw people each year to their shores.
Albania boasts many handy crafts such as pottery, hand made rugs and jewelry.
Old Man Dominoes
One of the most reliable encounters that you will find all throughout Albania is that of the old men playing a game of dominos which they started the day before
Albanian culture values time spent together out side, late afternoon is the time to leave your home and join the neighborhood on the benches scattered throughout the city.
Flowers and Traffic
Albania is often the intersection of the old and new worlds. The streets are full of congestion and the street corners are full of widows selling flowers.
Stormy skies and stormy futures for the Roma community living in deplorable conditions.
The smile and joy of a child has the ability to transform even the most broken and needy communities.
Most food is purchased from these “farmer’s stands”.
These children in a small village of Albania wait eagerly for the Christmas program to begin.
There are so many amazingly old cities and castles that can be visited throughout Albania.
Families eagerly celebrate Children’s Day at the opening of a new park. Albanian culture places a high value children.
The Roma Gypsie population is one of the most marginalized people groups in the world. There are many families like this one who do not yet know the love of Christ.
The people like the landscapes are beautiful and welcoming.
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