Sunday, June 23, 2019

This summer Csaba will take part in a mission trip with young people at a new mission field, Bosnia-Herzegovina where Islam is the majority faith. We already started the preparation. You will hear about this soon!
Picture after our first preparation meeting for project Bosnia
Fanni, Nusi, Virág, Jóna

Virág and Fanni
Virág’s discipleship group: This semester we studied the Gospel of John with my discipleship group. A new girl, Jona joined our group and it was a joy to grow together in the understanding of the Christian life.  For the summer we are keeping in touch via messenger and continue to pray for each other. Two girls will participate in Speak Out, so we are very excited about that. One of them is Fanni, who just graduated from high school and will continue her education at the University of Vienna. She will study architecture.  It is a joy to see how she walks with the Lord, already planning to join a Christian student movement in Vienna, and she also already found an evangelical church there which she wants to join. At Speak Out she will lead a discipleship group and will also be personally discipling two girls. I pray that God would teach her a lot in this area of discipleship, so she can apply that as she is transitioning to college life.


During last semester we recognized the need for pre-evangelistic material. As we build friendship with high school students, we often find ourselves stuck in the conversations, especially if the student is more of an introvert type person. Virág and a few colleagues decided to write a pre-evangelistic curriculum, which will help us lead meaningful conversations as we meet with teenagers. They finished the writing at the end of April, and it is being graphically designed right now. Hopefully the high school ministry will be able to use it starting in September.

Monday, June 17, 2019

Dominik is a 15 year old high school student 
who we met at a random evangelization. He and his classmate were very open for a conversation after filling out our survey. This was not the first time that they heard about God but it was very new to them how we explained the Gospel. At the end of our dialogue they were very excited, and Dominik told me that he thinks he should make the decision about accepting Jesus very soon. I was surprised because this is not a typical teenager’s reaction.  They are usually more hesitant, unsure about what they want. He wanted to talk about it with his mom, who is a Christian woman, as he said. On the very same evening I got a message from Dominik, that he shared what he heard from us with his mom at dinner. She was very excited about it and encouraged her son to decide about what he believes. So, he accepted Christ as his Savior on that evening. What a great joy to see God’s work in this young man’s life!

Monday, May 13, 2019


We have been dreaming about a visit to Israel for many years. This May we had an opportunity to take part in a Biblical study trip with twelve other Cru staff members. We had a very unique experience not just seeing places which are in the Bible but also listening to a great amount of historical information and Bible teachings which helped to understand the Word better. The highlights were maybe our reflection times in Galilee or spending time on the Mount of Olives! At the same time, it was sad to see how these places have changed through centuries because of religions.

Walking in the Judean Desert
With solders at the Jordan river

Our staff team in Galilee

Thursday, January 17, 2019

...till the end of the Earth
I was 17 years old when I accepted Christ as my personal Savior. When I had understood what it means it really touched me that the calling of Jesus is till the ends of the Earth. So many people live without hearing the Good News about Jesus Christ. That’s why we went to Albania for seven years and I love to encourage my Hungarian fellows to think big. We have a great God with a plan even for a small nation like Hungary. We can’t stop at the borders with the Gospel, but we really have to share it till the end of the Earth. I feel blessed to help Wycliffe Hungary as a member of the board to send missionaries all around the world.
In this year 14 Hungarian missionaries are serving in four 
continents to make the Bible more available in local languages.
Board of Wycliffe Hungary and the office staff on the strategic planning day 

Our mission organization, Campus Crusade for Christ, Hungary, also puts  in more and more effort to reach the Muslim world. You can read more about the next projectst in our news letter.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

From Virág
January is about exams for me. Because of my studies, I usually 
have about 8 exams, written and oral as well. I did well so far and I have one more to go.
 
At the same time, I keep in touch with the girls from my Bible 

study group and also with those, who are open to talk. One of 
them is VikiThe story of how we first met personally is kind of 
funnyViki came to Speak Out this summer and since then has 
been regularly attending our weekly meeting. I had chats with her there, but she was really shy. In December we organized a gift 
making Christmasparty for girls. Viki planned to come, but the 
next day she wrote to me, that she got lost and thats why she missed the party. I offered her to meet, so I can give to her the gift I 
made. Thats how we met for first time personally. We had a greattime talking. She was very honest about how she is searching for 
the meaning of her life and she is not sure about Christianity, but open to hear more about it. So, we continue to meet and talk. 
Please pray for her, that the Holy Spirit would convince her about the Truth. Also, please continue to pray for Evelin and Mesi, that 
they would grow as they walk with the Lord.