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All articles by Adrian Carey-Jones

Adrian Carey-Jones is a pastor of a Romanian church in Bristol, and a trustee of Romanian Ministries

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May 2017
Romania

Emanuel Hospice, Romania

Cancer — the dreaded c-word — is dreadfully common. In 2014 there were 356,860 new cases of cancer diagnosed in the UK, the equivalent of a new diagnosis every two minutes. Experts state that 50 per cent of people in the UK born after 1960 will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in…

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February 2014
Articles > World Mission

The Roma

The Roma! Few people in the world divide public opinion as they do.   Broadly speaking, there are two views. The first sees the Roma as a parasitic underclass from eastern Europe, incapable of and uninterested in any kind of lawful gain; they scrounge a few coppers on street corners and thousands of pounds…

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December 2013
Evangelistic

True satisfaction

I was born and brought up in South Wales. My parents had moved there as part of my father’s calling to be a pastor, and my earliest memories include church attendance as one of life’s normal activities. My brother, my sister and I were required to attend morning and evening services on Sunday, as…

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August 2013
Romania

Romania – an unfinished mission

Romania? In Eastern Europe somewhere: Ceausescu and Communism; Securitate and informers; poverty, notably orphanages with tormented, sometimes deranged, children that the Romanian state wished to hide; and lorry-loads of aid, old clothes and used equipment, from good Christian people. These rather disparate fragments, I admit with shame, were once all I knew about Romania.…

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