Evangelist Mike Boldea was born in a small northern Romanian Village. At the age of nine, his entire family was deported from Romania for smuggling Bibles. His grandfather, Dumitru Duduman started an outreach ministry called “Hand of Help” of which Mike is now Chairman.
Mike believes that the testimonies of those that were persecuted for their faith must live on to build up the body of Christ.
Michael has a strong Christian heritage coming from a line of 4 generations of Christians. In the village of Hinceste
Romania his Great grandfather was one of the first Christians converted there and his grandfather was a pastor and his father pastors the “Messiah” church in Botosani Romania with over 800 members. Their family worked with Richard Wurmbrandt, Harlan Popoff, and brother Andrew taking bibles to the underground Church.
Michael has seen the presence of God in accomplishing the work that his family was called to. In the face of great persecution and opposition thousands of bibles were given to the Christians of Romania even though it was punishable by imprisonment if caught. His grandfather Dumitru Duduman did suffer greatly being imprisoned for his faith. Under extreme torture he never recanted his faith and stands as a witness of faithfulness to this day in Romania.
Please join us Sunday morning, December 2nd, 10am, Greenwood Community Center, as we hear this powerful speaker at Village Bible Church.