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Church Planting and Refugee Ministry with Felix and Oana

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About Church Planting and Refugee Ministry with Felix and Oana

AlfAOmega church in Romania is full of young people with great potential for the expansion of God's kingdom in Bucharest, Romania. Felix and Oana are part of the young team working to grow this church and send others to the ends of the earth.

When the war in Ukraine began, Felix and Oana and their church jumped in to serve Ukrainian refugees with their physical and spiritual needs.

Meet the Leaders: Felix and Oana

Tames Felix Tamaș is married to Oana and together they have two daughters. While Felix grew up in a Christian home, Oana's was more difficult. Both experienced challenges from hard governments and hardships in finding resources from time to time. Felix heard the Gospel from a young age and was saved when he understood his need to trust in Jesus alone, and not works, for salvation. Oana first heard the Gospel from an American missionary, who discipled her after Oana trusted Christ.

God has led Felix and Oana through multiple ministries within the church and are both growing and trusting in Christ that He will continue to use them in ministry to their family and to Bucharest and beyond.

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Your giving enables ministry work like this to continue. Please consider joining us financially in this work.
  • Ask God to give wisdom to Felix and Oana as they raise their daughters and persist in faithfulness through physical hardships
  • Ask God to save many Ukrainians who enter Romania as refugees
  • Pray that God will grow AlfAOmega church and use Felix and Oana's faithfulness to Christ in ministry
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