I was born in a Christian family and my first memories are from the church I was going with my grandmother. Growing up I started to act like a christian: I knew songs and Bible verses I would pray every night but my heart was empty and I was afraid that I will die and and not go to heaven. When I was 14 years old I understood that I need to receive Christ as my Savior and Lord, so I started a long process of transformation in my life. In my first year in University I met a student who was involved as a volunteer in Campus Crusade. I saw him sharing the Gospel with the unbelievers in their rooms. Encouraged by him, the next year I started to do the same with students from my city. 2003 was the year of big decisions in my life. God led me to work as a staff in Campus Crusade for Christ in Bucharest.
I could tell about myself that I was a religious child. I wanted to do my best to earn my place in heaven but with no success. When I was 11 years old Ive found out that Jesus Christ earned a place in heaven for me. It was that moment when I decided to put my trust in Him as Lord and Savior. In 1999 I moved to Bucharest to study marketing at the Academy of Economic Studies. I decided to invest my time in this ministry and Ive never regretted my decision. Finishing my studiesa turning point in my life: what should is do? In January 2003, I had a special time in fasting and prayer to find out Gods will for me. His answer was like a dream came true: starting with the year of 2003, I became part of Campus Crusade for Christ in Bucharest campus team.
We got married in September 2004. God blessed us with 2 boys that are 5 years old now. Our mission is to share the gospel with students on the Internet trough our website www.everystudent.ro and social networks. Every year over 250 000 people visits our website to find answers about God and life. The site is made in such a way that visitors are led to the Gospel. At the end of the Gospel presentation, there is a button that says I just prayed to receive Christ. The number of people who click that button is shocking even for us: more than 15 000 people a year that need somebody to start a discipleship relationship with. In the last 2 years we learned that Social Networks such as Facebook and Twitter are a great way to connect and engage people with the Gospel. As people get to know us a little bit, they are open to meet us face to face rather quickly giving us multiple ocasions to share the Gospel with them.