After months of preparation and prayer, two teams of high school students and leaders will depart for Hungary within the next week to lead English language day camps for teenagers. While most Hungarians consider themselves Christian, they are largely unreached with the gospel of Christ’s saving grace. Our teams will be teaching English through instruction and conversation, but will make the most of every opportunity to share the gospel in friendships, chapel messages, worship and games. There is power in our teens modeling their walk with Christ to their new Hungarian friends.
Pray for the team of 37 serving in Budapest, led by Brad Wetherell, that leaves on July 15. And for the team of 14 in Tapolca, led by Josh Newton, as they leave on July 22 to join the three students who have already been serving there for several weeks. Pray that our students will boldly share their faith and that many Hungarian teens will receive Jesus as their Savior. Pray that a church will be established in Tapolca.
Follow this blog for more updates from the English camps or click here to help the team complete their fund raising goal. Mark your calendar to attend a full report from the teams on August 21 at 2 P.M., Barrington Campus.