Why?

Mission

 

Missio is a Latin word used to speak of the “mission of God,” that is, Missio Dei. As a name, Missio Link International (MLI) precisely reflects the calling and vision of the MLI team to participate in God’s mission to His Church and to the World by fostering partnerships between Christians, churches, and organizations, aimed at Christian witness, edification and service to those in need.
The emphasis here is on our participation with God in His redemptive passion for the world. As ministers of the Gospel, we are merely participants in God’s great mission. Our honor and privilege are to assist and link up with Him in His redemptive love for every creature and for all creation. Our experience and the Scriptures tell us that our Lord’s missio is radically revealed in the dynamic interplay of spiritual friendships and integral stewardship of resources.
It is said that “a chord of three strands is not quickly broken.” (Eccl.4:12) With Christ as our common bond, God’s people in Romania and other countries are coming together in productive unity for the coming Kingdom.

 

Why do we find it necessary to help the exploited children or the abused and trafficked girls in Romania? Why do we continue to support and lift the churches in the southeast areas of Romania?

 

The 1989 anti-communist revolution brought much hope to the Romanians, but it also revealed serious social, economic and moral problems over which the 45 years of Communism have made their mark. The Romanians have gained their freedom, but based on an identity vacuum, this has further highlighted the issues mentioned above.
To answer in a practical way the needs of Romania, a group of friends and colleagues, including Eugen Groza, Emil Toader, Lorena Rusovan and Ion Costache, founded the Missio Link International – MLI Foundation in 2001.
MLI is a Christian foundation and aims to implement Christian values and principles in society. We are convinced that the deep root of Romania’s crisis, still 30 years after the Revolution, is not just a social or political one, but a moral and spiritual one that finds its solution in the Christian faith.