In the natural surroundings of Herghelia Lifestyle Center, where nature’s beauty meets the quest for knowledge, I find myself in a role that I now realize was a divine calling. My name is Eduard Jarnea, and I am blessed to be an IT and programming teacher at the Dr. Lind K-12 school. Reflecting on my journey, I see how God’s guiding hand led me to this fulfilling path – a path I had never imagined for myself.
As I step into my classroom each time, I am filled with a sense of purpose and joy. Teaching young minds about technology and programming is not just a job for me; it’s a way of sharing the wonders of God’s creation and the beauty of the logic He has embedded into everything in our world. My approach to teaching goes beyond the technical aspects because I also focus on nurturing the moral and spiritual growth of my students.
Edi Jarnea teaching a class –
discovering a new passion
“As I step into my classroom each time, I am filled with a sense of purpose and joy. Teaching young minds about technology and programming is not just a job for me; it’s a way of sharing the wonders of God’s creation and the beauty of the logic He has embedded into everything in our world.”
What I cherish most about my role is the opportunity to work with children. Each child in my class is a unique individual, a bundle of potential and curiosity.
I wish to create a learning environment that caters to their diverse needs, where every question is valuable, and creativity is encouraged. Celebrating every small achievement, I aim to make my classroom a place of exploration and inspiration.
My teaching is not just about imparting knowledge, but it’s also about instilling critical thinking and problem-solving skills. More importantly, it’s about kindling a lifelong passion for learning. The connection I have with my students goes beyond academics. I care about guiding them to be thoughtful, ethical individuals in this complex world.
I am profoundly grateful for the way God has led me to this career. My story is a testament to the power of faith in shaping not just our personal journey but also in touching the lives of others. In this new path, I wish to be more than a teacher. I wish to be a mentor and a servant of God, helping to light the way for the next generation.
Eduard Jarnea – former director and teacher in our Medical Missionary School
Newsletter XVI Summary
Herghelia formally recognized as a choice training center by the GC Health Department and OCI.
In August 2023, in Herghelia took place the first 15-day immersion training on:“How to Start, Develop and Manage a Lifestyle Center”, attended by representatives of 6 new Lifestyle Center projects in Europe, Africa and Middle East.
A beautiful story of a missionary minded family – Stan family, former workers in Herghelia.
Claudiu continues to find ways to meet the people’s needs wherever life takes him, to save as many as possible. He is very creative in his approach and has a special burden for children and youth.
Viorica Moraru’s testimony convinces us that it’s never too late to learn to be a medical missionary.
A former Pentecostal believer, Viorica is an enthusiastic Adventist and promoter of a healthy lifestyle. She loves physical exercise and has a peculiar, happy/funny way of teaching it to the patients.
Pastor Daniel Tudorie’s testimony about being a patient/guest in Herghelia.
“I was amazed to witness people’s openness to God! I could see that the context created here – what people experience here day by day, builds in them the desire to get closer to God.”
Ovidiu – one of our nurses in Herghelia shares how a special bound between him and one of his patients freed the patient from prejudices about Adventists.
“We prayed together, we shared spiritual topics respecting each other’s views and in the last meeting together he couldn’t refrain from literally bursting into tears.”
Eduard Jarnea – former director and teacher in our medical missionary school discovers a new passion.
“I am blessed to be an IT and programming teacher at the Dr.Lind K-12 School. Reflecting on my journey, I see how God’s guiding hand led me to this fulfilling path – a path I had never imagined for myself.”
“Vasile Dan” Nursing School Report
Find out about recent events and activities in our nursing school.
Herghelia provides a Sanitarium Prototype
Given the unprecedented interest in starting Sanitariums in Europe (and in the Western world, generally) as well as understandable interest in the rest of the developing world, Herghelia started working towards providing a functional model of a scalable, sustainable Sanitarium with four components.
HERGHELIA – THE MOST URGENT NEEDS
- Medical Missionary Nursing School – Reframing the Medical Missionary Training Program – $25,000
We are getting close to final accreditation and adding an English program.
- Extension of the Lifestyle Center – $1,000,000
Right now we are working with an architect to fine tune
the architectural draft.
Contact person: Valentina Dan
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BCR Central, Tg. Mureș