Emanuel Ciul is looking forward to his time in Curahuasi
Yesterday four new members of staff / social voluntary workers for one year were accepted to work at Diospi Suyana. Among the applicants, who met in a restaurant in Darmstadt, was a young man hailing from Vienna: he has an Austrian passport, but comes from a Rumanian family. One could say that he was a late harvest from an event in Vienna that took place on 29th May 2016.
During their tour through Rumanian churches Casa Cartii Publishing House had organised a presentation for me in Church Bethel. Roughly 1,000 Rumanian listeners made up my audience. The church service was already going on for nearly two hours and I was getting uptight, since my presentation, that I still had not even started, lasted 50 minutes! Had the organisers forgotten me, I pondered. I leaned over to the publishing house’s CEO and gave him a questioning look. “Don’t stress,” whispered Vasile, “the services here always go on for more than three hours!” Today was no exception!
Sitting in the audience Mr and Mrs Ciul listened to Diospi Suyana’s breathtaking story. On their way out they buy the Rumanian Version of the book “I have seen God”. Even though their son Emanuelwas not present that day he read the book his parents bought and has decided to spend three years working in Peru. We have no doubt that Emanuel Ciul, with his friendly manner, is the perfect fit for our logistics team.
How many of his fellow country-(wo)-men will follow his example? Only God knows. /KDJ