The Romanian Evangelistic Medical Mission (REMM) was founded by a group of doctors shortly after the fall of communism in Romania in 1990. Initially limited to a medical mission, their work in Romania now includes:

  • Short-term mission teams lead by medical professionals that “bring medicine in one hand and a Bible in the other” to a country still in need of physical and spiritual healing
  • Casa Josef, an orphanage that has housed 8 girls since birth
  • A mercy ministry that provides food, clothing, and other needs to poor families
  • A gypsy ministry that provides hot lunches for children, teaches basic hygiene and health care, builds wells to bring fresh water to communities, and provides food staples to families in need
  • The Walnut Tree Project, which seeks to provide sustainable revenue to the ministry through planting walnut trees and harvesting the nuts