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October 19-27, 2023 Mission to Romania

We are now accepting applications for our October 19-27, 2023 mission trip to serve orphans and at-risk children in the beautiful country of Romania.  

The focus of this team will be the delivery of humanitarian aid and the distribution of shoes collected during Project Respond throughout the United States this summer. Another Child Foundation will give every team member a great overview of the entire ministry happening in Romania. The team will visit many different children, families, and ministries throughout the Tirgu-Mures regions of Romania. The team will also perform a Vacation Bible School to each group of children receiving the aid. The team will also enjoy the beauty of Romania, as the team will get the chance to do some first-rate sightseeing of the country’s natural scenery and historical sites.

We believe that the Bible is clear that God expects us to take care of the poor, needy, widows and the strangers in our land (Isaiah 58).


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YOUR TRIP LEADER: John Frank Reeve


John Frank Reeve has been leading mission trips since 2001.  He first served as a volunteer leader with Buckner Orphan Care in Dallas, Tx.  After much prayer, He and Tim Oloffson, co-founded Another Child Foundation to continue work in Romania where he has led numerous mission trips.  Recently he left his position as a Worship Pastor to dedicate full-time ministry to ACF.  John Frank and his wife, Sandy live in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana and share their home with 3 dogs and 3 cats!


The team will be staying in a local hotel at the ministry site. Hotel rooms are very comfortable. The team will also stay in other US styled hotels while traveling. Previous team members have always been pleased with the accommodations, as well as the food they are provided during your stay in Romania.


Romanian culture sets itself apart from others in the Eastern Europe. For example, the legend of Dracula and the Dacian history are unique to Romania. Roma, or Gypsies, are regarded as outsiders and generally live separate from the rest of the population on the outskirts of urban areas. They, too, dress in more traditional and colorful garb.


The weather in Romania is very much like the weather in the mid-west part of the US. Warm days are typical in the summer but cool evenings are a nice benefit at the end of a great day of ministry. At camp t-shirts and shorts are the norm during the day and maybe a light jacket at night.


While traveling to Romania, we want to give you some helpful tips to prepare you for your trip. You will need European adapters for your electrical devices, a passport is needed and you will love the food. Fresh food and non-processed protein are on every menu.

Tentative Itinerary (details subject to change)


Day 1 - 2

Travel, sightseeing and orientation days

Days 3-7

The team will be performing the VBS they have been preparing to the preschool children, various projects around the Point of Hope and community outreach.

Day 8-9

Sightseeing and travel home

 To reach, teach, and transform the lives of orphaned and at-risk children.


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