Expanding Capitol Ministries discipleship Bible studies to political leaders across Western Europe has been a priority for Romanian Parliamentarian Dr. Ben-Oni Ardelean since he won re-election in December 2020.
Dr. Ardelean, who has served as Western Europe Director for CapMin since early 2019, has already spearheaded efforts to further the ministry’s mission among many nations.
“Still, my main focus will be to build a solid team for CapMin in all European Capitals and major cities,” he said. “Hope we can do great things for God in the near future, mainly after the pandemic season.”
A leading Evangelical officeholder in Europe, Dr. Ardelean serves as Deputy Speaker of the Romanian Parliament, one of the highest offices in the nation.
Among degrees he has earned are a Ph.D. in political science from the National School of Political and Administrative Serves, and a Ph.D. in theology from the University of Bucharest.
In a career that has spanned decades, Dr. Ardelean has built relationships with faith leaders and political leaders around the world.
“I believe Capitol Ministries could provide the answer for not only spiritual ‘searches’ in the political arena but could also further transform nations and lead the way for a new environment in divisive Europe,” he said.
“Capitol Ministries has a unique mission to impact the secular political arena in Europe with the transforming Word of God.”
Capitol Ministries’ mission is to create discipleship Bible studies in the political arena throughout the world from local city and county commissioners to state legislatures, national public servants, and in foreign nations.
CapMin has created Bible studies in 43 states, four ministries in Washington, D.C., and national ministries in 24 foreign nations. We are working to build ministries to local public servants in the 40,000 incorporated city and county governments across America.
Since our founding in 1996, our mission has been to make disciples of Jesus Christ in the political arena throughout the world.