- Ada, Oklahoma


September 21, 2012

Serbian minister preaches at local church

Ada —  

Darko Adamek, a Serbian Christian, with the help of East Central University alumnus James Scivally, preached a message of hope and awareness for the nation of Serbia.

Scivally, president of the Bridges for Christ Christian Organization, briefly visited Serbia while attending ECU. Upon graduating, he returned for a two-year ministry visit where he met Darko Adamek, whose own organization is a part of the Child Evangelism Fellowship organization in Europe.

Adamek and his wife and two children are ministers in southern Serbia, a nation of roughly seven and a half million citizens where only 400 thousand Protestant Christians reside. Adamek is canvasing the United States with the help of Scivally to raise awareness and support for the ministry to reach Adamek’s fellow countrymen.

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