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I knew that the Roma people, or gypsies, in Central and Eastern Europe are often looked down upon.  I knew that many countries don't want to claim the Roma or even count them in their census records.  But, I didn't realize until today's conversation with Renee McLean, a missionary with Reach Global in the Czech Republic, that some Europeans don't even believe that the Roma have souls!  I encourage you to listen to this week's series of programs on the Roma people.  May God give you a heart for the Roma.

Click here for a link to Reach Global or to learn about TWR's ministry to the Roma people

(Photo of Renee McLean, a missionary with Reach Global in the Czech Republic)