Milan (Constantin) & Misty Mihai
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God has called us to be a family who ministers to families, specifically in Romania. The family is the basic building block of society and families are under attack all around the world. Strong families make strong communities and strong societies. Our focus is to train and empower families to nurture and defend the destiny of their children and to use education and business as a means of discipling the family. We also hope that through a business, to become self-sustaining as a family so all donations can eventually go towards ministering to the families God brings into our sphere of influence. Our deepest desire is that through this, many will be brought closer to Christ and be permanently changed through the radical work of the Holy Spirit.

Misty has been in missions since 2000. She studied with Youth With A Mission right out of high school for 4 years doing several training courses with them. Misty was on YWAM staff for about 4 years two different stints. One from 2002 – 2004 and another from 2012 – 2014.

“I have known since I was about 9 years old that God was calling me to be a missionary. I was raised in a Christian home and my parents and church encouraged me in the calling of God. I went on my first short term missions trip in 1996 when I was 15 years old and knew that this was the life God was calling me to. I never looked back.”

Milan came into the picture in 2006 when Misty moved to Romania to commit for 5 years serving in a local church in a small city community. The served together on the church worship team and got to know one another as friends . . . and sometimes “enemies.” 

“I played bass with the worship team at the time and Misty was always turning my base down so I couldn’t hear it!”

“I was just trying to make the sound balanced and not overwhelming bass!”

They were married in June, 2009 and welcomed their son, Dominic, into the world in December 2010. As a little family, they went to the States for the first time in 2011 and spend 5 years there. Milan was able to get some ministry training with YWAM and to work to save money so they could reestablish themselves in Romania. During this time they added two little girls Natalia (2012) and Raluca (2014) to their family. 

Their goal of returning to Romania better equipped and ready to serve as a family was fulfilled just before Christmas 2015. By the grace of God, they were able to build a house in a small town called Moreni without using ministry funds! They moved into their new Home and Ministry Center spring of 2018. They had no heat or running water and none of the bedrooms were finished. Bit by bit they were able to work on the house while not spending money on rent and making it more and more comfortable. They began using their home and ministry center to serve short term teams from the US and from Romania. The even hosted a parent/child event from another church several hours away and had 25 people staying in their home for a 3 day weekend. It was loads of fun!

At the same time they were able to pioneer the first Pregnancy Resource Center of its kind in Targoviste, Romania in collaboration with other organizations and local churches. This day center offering practical help combined with God’s Word opened in 2018. To date we regularly serve 40 families in and around the city of Targoviste. Many of the families that come, this is the only time they hear the Word of God. We are raising up leaders to take over while continuing to guide the work that is happening.

In 2021 Milan began using construction as a means to disciple men and give them much needed temp jobs. Just 2023 alone, we have been able supply 12 men with temp jobs until they were able to find something more permanent. We have a heart to see this expand and grow from temp jobs to permanent job training in the high demand area of construction. In 2022 Milan took on his first big project and is building a house with the help of various men who need work.

We have several more projects underway and lots of new goals to minister and serve the lost in our community as well as discipling those who have committed their lives to Christ.