Greetings from Eger!
Today the team has traveled by train to a town near Budapest to work with a church reaching out to their community (How exciting to see the students travel by train today. For many, this was their first time to do so!) We met church members there in the town square, which is like a large plaza. As we were taking in this typical European town, we were amazed by the beauty of this place as we traveled from the train station to the plaza.
As we approached, we began to hear music playing and as we turned the corner we saw a large crowd listening to a live orchestra! This opportunity was given by the Lord and as we arrived the program had finished. We invited the crowd to stay to see a very special drama. We have enjoyed our day in Eger and the decisions made today were spectacular as people came to know Jesus today. One of our students talked to a young man who has been thinking of giving his life to Christ and through today, this brother now has a relationship with Christ! Not only does this young man have a relationship with Jesus, but as a team, we celebrated this decision with him with great encouragement! We are so thankful that the Lord has all authority and that people came to the plaza today to meet Jesus.
One of the elders of the church, Robert, spent his day with us as we were in Eger. Robert's ministry has been growing and we were blessed to work with his fellowship today as we shared Jesus. Even as we traveled to another part of this town, the team was invited to the music festival to perform the drama. As we started, a manager told us they had another program that was about to begin, but God made a way for us to finish ministry in this place. God is so amazing!
Please pray for Robert and his ministry as he and their church continue to be faithful in growing their church family in Eger. As we return to Budapest tonight, please join us in prayer for the mighty things the Lord has in store for those we come in contact with! We are thankful for your Team Hungary students! Hearing them share their testimonies and working together to share the Gospel, they have only continued walking in unity.
Thankful for you all!
Walker Moore and Becky Robinson