“He’s reading in our language!” (The Prices Write, October 2019)

“He’s reading in our language!” (The Prices Write, October 2019)

“This is unbelievable! He’s reading in our language!” This was the response when Zoran heard a Bible story for the very first time in his Roma language. For almost a year, we have been making steady progress translating a book containing 50 Bible stories into Ludari, the Roma language spoken in our village. This is […]

Summer, School, Secretary, Sower

Summer, School, Secretary, Sower

PRAYER REQUESTS: Praise God for a good start to the school year. Pray for Pam for much wisdom and strength as she teaches Daniel and Ariela and as they study Croatian. Pray for Kirsten to adjust well to BFA in Germany and grow academically, socially and spiritually Pray for Zoki and Todd, for continued progress […]

A picture’s worth a 1,000 words (The Prices Write, September 2019, part 1)

A picture’s worth a 1,000 words (The Prices Write, September 2019, part 1)

In August we worked with our colleagues and two summer teams who came to Croatia from Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Florida and London, England. Probably over 250 Roma kids attended the various events in four different locations in Croatia. These included Vacation Bible School-type outreach, day Bible camp, and an overnight Bible camp. Through these outreaches […]

Summer Outreach, days 8, 9, 10 & 11: Slavonski Brod

Summer Outreach, days 8, 9, 10 & 11: Slavonski Brod

Thank you for praying for the last four days of the summer outreach. These days were in the village in our town, Slavonski Brod. The team held Bible clubs with 120 kids in the village over a four day period, including skits and teaching on the Unforgiving Servant, and the Good Samaritan, coloring pages, crafts, […]

Summer Outreach, day 5: Orahovica

Summer Outreach, day 5: Orahovica

Thank you for your prayers. Yesterday was the 1st day of a 3-day camp for 35 Roma teens and tweens from two villages, Darda and Slavonski Brod, who gathered in Orahovica, Croatia. They enjoyed swimming, games, meals together, Bible teaching, worship, small group discussion and other activities. Pamala was busy buying groceries for the meals, […]

Summer Outreach, day 4: Sisak

Summer Outreach, day 4: Sisak

Thank you for praying for us. Today we had the 3rd and final day of the mini day-camp, held at Bethel Baptist Church in Sisak. We brought 18 teens/tweens from Capraške Poljane. The theme was salvation and we had a skit, Bible teaching, small group teaching time, games, crafts and lunch together. In the afternoon, […]

Summer Outreach, day 3: Sisak

Summer Outreach, day 3: Sisak

Thank you for your prayers. Today was a good day with the teen/tween day-camp. The lesson was on forgiveness. We had a songs, a skit, Bible teaching on the Lord’s Prayer, small group discussion, games, crafts, pizza and ice cream. Our prayer is that the Lord will call some of these 17 teens/tweens to Himself […]

Summer Outreach, day 2: Sisak

Summer Outreach, day 2: Sisak

Thank you for praying for yesterday’s outreach. We had a mini day-camp with 16 teens/tweens from Capraške Poljane with the theme of prayer. We took them to the Baptist Church in Sisak for songs, teaching, small groups, lunch, games and ice cream. Then in the evening we returned to the village, Capraške Poljane and had […]

Summer outreach, day 1: Sisak and Palanjek

Summer outreach, day 1: Sisak and Palanjek

Thank you for praying for yesterday’s outreach in two villages. We had about 75 kids in Sisak and another 25 or so in Palanjek. Sisak is a Ludari Roma village and Palanjek is a Bayash Roma village. For the program, we sang songs, acted out the story of Zaccheus (Adam Anderson did a stellar job […]

“It makes me so happy to read the Gospel in my mother tongue” (The Prices Write, August 2019, part 1)

“It makes me so happy to read the Gospel in my mother tongue” (The Prices Write, August 2019, part 1)

I (Todd) recently met with Nedeljko (pictured above), and his daughters, Nataša and Renata to check our translation of Luke 1-11 into the Bayash language, and to test it out with listeners from their village. As Nedeljko read it in his heart language, he got goose bumps and was choked up. His face lit up […]