Father and Mother love talking to God so much that they named their three children after the French word for “prayer,” or “priere.” The oldest boy is Priel; the second child, a girl, is Priella; and the youngest girl is Pricilia.
“People used to say that I was stupid and would never amount to anything because I never went to school,” she said. “Now I am finishing the last year of high school. All the people who once mocked me see God’s glory in my life."
Zofia was 3, and she went for a long walk with the babysitter. They played on the playground, swam in the Baltic Sea, and walked up and down the beach. When they returned home, Theodore was nowhere to be found.
Jelena and her sister started praying under a blanket in Jelena’s room. They left the house to study the Bible together. Even when it rained, they stood under an umbrella and read the Bible on the street.
Emmanuel lives in Cyprus, and he is much more than a missionary kid. Although only 9, he is a missionary, too. His words and actions tell the neighbors about Jesus. Even his name reminds them of Jesus. Emmanuel means “God with us.”