John & Dasia Abramovich to Visit PUMC (4/6/14)

Posted by on Mar 29, 2014 in Abramovich, EventAnnouncement, Mission: Global | 0 comments

John and Dasia Abramovich will be at PUMC on Sunday, April 6th, and will join us for dinner and Bible Studies on Tuesday, April 8th. We will be blessed as they share their work with the children of Poland with us.

Background

John & Daisa Abromovich

John & Daisa Abromovich

John and Dasia Abramovich have been missionaries in Cieszyn, Poland for sixteen years.

John is from Runnemede, and was content leading youth and young adult ministries in local churches. But God had plans for John far beyond New Jersey. After a guest speaker shared the work of MED in Poland, John began supporting their children’s ministry.

Dasia was born in Wisla, Poland. She taught Sunday School, and was involved with the children’s ministry programs in her church. In 1990 she became a full time worker with the MED children’s ministry in Poland, and that programs director in 1992.

In 1994, John received a MED newsletter with an invitation to visit their ministry in Poland. John decided to accept, and Dasia came to the airport to greet the foreign visitor. John was very impressed with the Polish MED workers, their commitment to God, and the opportunities they had to proclaim the gospel, even in public schools. When John said goodbye to Poland, and to Dasia, he promised he’d be back. After several more trips, John felt that God was leading him into full time ministry in Poland, and with Dasia. They were married in 1995. They have been ministering ever since with BCM International in partnership with the Polish MED ministry.

Mission Update

John and Dasia focus on children’s ministries through Bible Clubs, Vacation and Summer Bible Camps for children and a Climbing/English Language Camp for teenagers, along with various other youth outreaches. They also conduct meetings in public schools, and host events for parents and church workers. As director of MED, Dasia is responsible for their teacher training programs, directs summer Bible Camps and Bible Clubs, disciples students,counsels women, and organizes meetings and retreats for children,workers, and parents.John leads Bible studies for teenagers, and conducts English conversation classes for students in their community. He teaches and preaches in four local churches, and in home, and community bible studies. When possible, John accepts other invitations to preach, including in the nearby Czech Republic. He assists the Polish MED workers in preparing English versions of their correspondence, publications, and newsletters. John also serves as BCM’s Eastern European Regional Coordinator.  John, who plays the accordion, has recently joined other musicians leading hymn sings in churches and retirement homes. He hopes this will lead to a music ministry, another way to reach others with the Good News of Jesus Christ.John and Dasia are only two people, and sometimes days don’t seem long enough for them to accomplish their work. But, they write, “We do not have a solo ministry but cooperate with many other servants who love the Lord and his people and work to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to unbelievers.”

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