Pastor Karoli Molnar proclaims the baptism of a girl from the Emmaus Home for abandoned children in Targu Mures, Romania, on October 2, 2015. The baptism was held at a small church in a village outside of Targu Mures. Molnar’s wife, Eszter, oversees orphanages in the region on behalf of the Bellingham-based Christian outreach organization Kidstown International. A group of Americans travelled in September 2015 to Romania to visit homes that benefit orphans and abandoned children. The nonprofit Kidstown International of Bellingham, Washington, and Tacoma Rotary 8 help fund the homes.
Pastor Karoli Molnar proclaims the baptism of a girl from the Emmaus Home for abandoned children in Targu Mures, Romania, on October 2, 2015. The baptism was held at a small church in a village outside of Targu Mures. Molnar’s wife, Eszter, oversees orphanages in the region on behalf of the Bellingham-based Christian outreach organization Kidstown International. A group of Americans travelled in September 2015 to Romania to visit homes that benefit orphans and abandoned children. The nonprofit Kidstown International of Bellingham, Washington, and Tacoma Rotary 8 help fund the homes. C.R. Roberts Staff writer
Pastor Karoli Molnar proclaims the baptism of a girl from the Emmaus Home for abandoned children in Targu Mures, Romania, on October 2, 2015. The baptism was held at a small church in a village outside of Targu Mures. Molnar’s wife, Eszter, oversees orphanages in the region on behalf of the Bellingham-based Christian outreach organization Kidstown International. A group of Americans travelled in September 2015 to Romania to visit homes that benefit orphans and abandoned children. The nonprofit Kidstown International of Bellingham, Washington, and Tacoma Rotary 8 help fund the homes. C.R. Roberts Staff writer

Abandoned children, answered prayers: One week in Romania

October 24, 2015 12:00 PM