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Moldova Baptist Youth Ministries
Moldavian Baptist Youth Ministries
Youth Ministries of the Union of Evangelical - Baptist Churches of Moldova
CORDELE - Vitali Turlac, vice-president of Moldova Baptist Youth Ministries in Moldova, Russia has made his second trip to the United States to bring his message of hope to children and adults.CORDELE - Vitali Turlac, vice-president of Moldova Baptist Youth Ministries in Moldova, Russia has made his second trip to the United States to bring his message of hope to children and adults.On this latest trip, he spoke with several local churches including Ebenezer Baptist, Byromville Baptist and First Avenue Baptist about his ministry.Ray Burnett of the Houston Baptist Association has accepted Turlac into the Association as he travels to various cities in the United States promoting faith ministries."I spent a month in Minnesota and a couple of weeks in New York state.They (northerners) didn't have the welcoming spirit and hospitality that I found in the southern part of the country, particularly in Georgia," Turlac says about his trips. "I became acquainted with Georgia gnats and peaches.I find peaches very tasty.The churches in Georgia extend their love, support and prayers to the ministries in Moldova."As a vice-president of the Baptist church in his country, Turlac oversees more than 500 Baptist churches and 4,000 young Christians.He is responsible for organizing youth rallies, conferences and major events.During these events, he addresses various issues such as maintaining good Christian values in a secular society.He travels all over Moldova encouraging young people to remain faithful to God.
VITALI TURLACVitali is a graduate of Lithuania Christian College, Klaipeda, Lithuania, with the B.A. degree in Counseling and Theology.His passion is in Christian Marriage and Family Counseling.Vitali is a gifted musician.He is a graduate of Kishinev Arts School with diploma in trumpet and piano.At Bethel Church and during mission trips Vitali together with Natasha and various youth groups leads praise and worship.In the spring, 2006 Vitali was elected the vice-president of Moldavian Baptist Youth Ministries.The same year he traveled to the U.S. to preach in churches in the Southern part of the country.In 2007 he is planning youth events all over Moldova to reach young people for Christ.
Oleg, Natasha, and Vitali Turlac.Oleg, Natasha, and Vitali Turlac minister in the Republic of Moldova, Eastern Europe.Vitali leads praise and worship for the youth and leads Christian counseling seminars in Moldova. Vitali Turlac is Oleg's younger brother.He is a graduate of Lithuania Christian College with B.A. in Counseling and Religion.Being one of the first Moldavians with a counseling degree from a Christian university, Vitali longs to start his own counseling ministry among youth and married couples in Moldova.He is a gifted musician, being a graduate of Kishinev School of Arts.He passionately preaches the Word and leads the young people in worship wherever the Turlacs minister.In 2006 Vitali has been elected the Vice-President of Youth Ministries of the Union of Evangelical - Baptist Churches of Moldova.He also serves as part-time manager of Entrust4 programs (former BEE International) in Moldova. Vitali often helps interpret for the short-term mission teams from the U.S. that come to Moldova, being an excellent interpreter from English into Russian.He serves as executive editor for Christian newspaper "Idea" and regularly writes articles that inspire young people all over Moldova and the former Soviet Union.
Oleg, Natasha, Roman and Vitali Turlac minister by faith in Moldova, one of the republics of the former Soviet Union.Vitali Turlac serves as vice-president of Moldavian Baptist Youth Ministries.He is a graduate of Lithuania Christian College (Klaipeda, Lithuania) with B.A. in theology and counseling.His heart is in youth ministry.Vitali preaches the gospel and interprets for visiting missionaries from English into Russian.He prays that God would grand him an opportunity to study for master's degree in family counseling.Vitali, my brother, was able to do a lot for the Lord while ministering to the youth.He organized conferences and seminars for youth leaders, during which hundreds of young people listened to instruction provided by both Moldavians and Americans.Vitali was also able to travel to the U.S. and minister to Russian immigrants in different states.We thank God that he moved our hearts to help the poor and suffering.
As Vitali played the invitation song on the piano, Oleg called the young people to commit their lives to Christ.Vitali Turlac Interviewed by Georgetown Newspaper On July 24, 2007 Georgetown's local newspaper Georgetown News-Graphic published an interview with Vitali Turlac, in which he tells about his experiences from visiting America as well as about the Turlacs' ministry in Moldova.On Sunday, May 27th, 2007 Oleg and Vitali Turlac participated in a crusade sponsored jointly by the Baptist Union of Moldova and Georgia Baptist Convention.Both Oleg and Vitali helped interpret for pastors from Georgia from English into Russian at Emmanuel Baptist and Bethel Baptist Church in Kishinev, the capital of Moldova.On Saturday, May 19th, 2007 Oleg and Vitali Turlac led the youth rally of about 250 young people in the capital of Moldova.Vitali led worship and was in charge of all preparations and the program while Oleg preached on "What Does It Mean to Be a Contemporary Christian in the Contemporary World" based on Matthew 16:13-24.While returning home from the Easter evening worship service and youth service on Sunday, April 8th, 2007 in a car that Vitali borrowed for several days, Oleg and Vitali had a collision with another vehicle, which attempted to make a left turn without showing the left turning light.While returning home from the Easter evening worship service and youth service on Sunday, April 8th, 2007 in a car that Vitali borrowed for several days, Oleg and Vitali had a collision with another vehicle, which attempted to make a left turn without showing the left turning light.Oleg delivered the Easter message during the evening service at Bethel Baptist Church, while Vitali led the youth in worship.Vitali and Oleg are safe, though experienced a shock.On February 20, 2007 Oleg and Vitali delivered the newest issue of the Pulse of Ministry magazine from the local Foxtrot Publishing Company.On December 24th, 2006 and on January 1st, 2007 Oleg & Vitali Turlac led youth worship services dedicated to the celebration of Christmas and the New Year.More than 300 young people attended both services, during which Vitali also spoke from the Bible and led the time of worship.