In Hungary

The Shelter in Diosd is home to 7 families, which include 21 children. Without the shelter, these families be on the street
The Shelter in Diosd is home to 7 families, which include 21 children. Without the shelter, these families would be on the street
Carving pumpkins. We partner with the shelter, a secular organization to encourage the kids. The international school lets us use their facility.
Carving pumpkins. As we partner with the shelter, a secular organization, the international school lets us use their facility. Our goal is to encourage and interact with the children.
We interact with the kids weekly, the moms monthly, offer English classes, and host holiday celebrations.
We interact with the kids weekly, the moms monthly, offer English classes, and host holiday celebrations.
Children from the International Christian School in Budapest deliver presents that they collected
Children from the International Christian School in Budapest deliver presents that they collected
A doll waits for a special person to take her home.
A doll waits for a special person to take her home.
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2 thoughts on “In Hungary

  1. I am a member of St. Mark’s United Methodist Church in El Paso, Texas. I recently stayed in Ruidoso at a cabin and saw your card and decided to look you up on the internet. I have served on mission teams in Hungary since 2004 as our church is in partnership with the Obuda Metodista Church. This past year I spend 7 weeks in Budapest volunteering at the Forrai School which is partnered with the church in Obuda. I am amazed at how small the world has become because on Tuesday when doing a presentation on our work with the Romas in Kisvaszar, Hungary the pastor and his wife were missionaries with the Nazarene Church in Romania and I can only remember her first name: Cindy.
    I will pray for your ministry and would like to visit with you when I return to Budapest and hopefully it will be the spring of 2017.
    As a side note my brother-in-law was a Nazarene missionary for over 30 years in New Guinea. He has since passed away but I am so familiar with him coming home to raise monies for his service in the mission field.

    God Bless,
    Mary White

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