It has been almost 2 years since the first talking started to bring Christianity Explored in to Albanian Language!
In May this year, the Christianity Explored course, translated into the Albanian language, was launched in Tirana, the capital of Albania.
Partnership is very much a key part of all that we are doing in Albania these days, working with other Christian groups to bring as much blessing as we can to the children and families God has given us to care for.
Over the past year or so, AACUK Area Coordinator for Ireland, Scott Ballantine, has been involved in a partnership between Adopt-A-Child and Christianity Explored Ministries to have the Christianity Explored course translated into Albanian for use in churches throughout that country.
During the month of December all our programs in Guatemala and Albania have a special Christmas celebration for all the children who attend throughout the year.
Last year our Area Coordinator for England & Wales, Peter Barton, was contacted by corporate clothing firm Rowlinsons of Stockport. They had several thousand assorted sweatshirts and cardigans that were ‘seconds’ due to the fact that the colour was not quite right for their clients, and they wanted to donate them to charities who were…
A couple of months ago we posted a blog about Pelivan, a teenage boy in Albania who loves music and who built his own guitar so that he could play.
This is Pelivan, a teenage boy from the village of Katjel in Albania, who heard the Gospel at the feeding program. He wanted to have a guitar, so he built his own.
Mark & Jan Stuckey | Albania
Name: Mark and Jan Stuckey
Mission Field: Albania
Years ago, while students in the university, we both came face to face with the fact that we were guilty and lost. Thanks to some very special people, we learned of God’s love and forgiveness through Jesus Christ. After praying for some time for believers in Eastern Europe, we were privileged to join with Ron and Pat Kelly and many others to start the Adopt-A-Child feeding program in Albania. We lived in Pogradec, Albania for a year and a half, returning home to the US when the Albanian government collapsed in 1997. Since then we have lived in the US, raising four amazing children. Recently we have had the pleasure of spending time in Albania again, working with an awesome team of believers there, to continue sharing the Good News of Jesus with both children and adults there.
Christiane Nötzoldt | Albania
Name: Christiane Nötzoldt
Mission Field: Albania
My name is Christiane Nötzoldt. I grew up in East Germany, studied music and worked as a violin teacher. After attending the Bible school “Christ for the Nations” in Germany, I moved to Düsseldorf. Since 2004 I work with Living Water International/Adopt A Child in Albania. I work in the office, doing the German translations, and go also to the village, visit families and widows at home and do a Bible study for women and a guitar class for children.