Planting Seeds of God’s Love – Adlin

It was raining in Tapolca when we woke up this morning. We had breakfast and a group devotional. Then we headed back to Budapest to pick up Dave Berry, who had arrived from India in the morning. We said farewell to our friends at the Montázs Art Café and Robin Kohl from the Budapest City Team. Before heading to Szeged, the next city on our trip, we stopped at a village near Tapolca. We visited with the only believer in that area. She was very encouraged to see us and pray with us. Please pray that her husband and children will come to know the Lord. Her sweet and genuine faith in Christ shone ever so bright in her home.

It took about two hours to get to Szeged, but so well worth it. What a beautiful city! Such rich history and beautiful architecture. Although this town is surrounded by much beauty, it has very few Bible believing Christians. We met with András, the City of Szegedpastor at Cornerstone Church. They will be hosting an evangelistic marriage retreat and we will be helping in whatever way they need us. We are excited about meeting new people, sharing God’s love, and building a relationship with our new sister church. Please keep the retreat in your prayers, as it begins tomorrow (Thursday). Please pray that the Lord will use Cornerstone Church and The Orchard team to strengthen and encourage the participants to a greater knowledge of God’s unfailing love and His abundant grace. May we be an instrument in God’s perfectly orchestrated plan as we plant seeds of His great love.

Thank you for your continued prayers. We will keep you posted!

Many blessings,

Adlin – for the team!

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