Tapolca Team – Day 2 – Ethan Hand

The second day of camp has wrapped up, and our team has been able to connect with the new campers and has continued to connect with campers from years past.

Josh preached a sermon today about the parable of the Good Samaritan. Many campers were very happy to read the passage with the team members in our Bibles. We are praising God for the way that He is moving in these campers, to be receptive and curious in response to the Bible. After Josh’s message, we had response groups where we asked the students what it means to love God with all of our heart, soul, mind, and strength. We can tell that these students are earnestly seeking to understand the Bible.

I have been in Hungary for nearly three months, and it is such an encouragement to me to see these students excited to interact with our team, and respond so well to our enthusiasm about the Bible. We are only two days in, and God is working in the hearts of these students, both in ways that we can see and ways that we cannot.

We’ve had exciting games, enthusiastic worship, and deep conversations the past two days, and we ask you to join us in prayer that God would use us to preach the gospel to these students, in words and actions.

We have been constantly reminded, through devotionals and in conversation, that everything we do must glorify God, because the campers will be watching us and they will see when we do and do not honor God with our actions. Pray that we may continue to emulate Christ for the sake of the gospel!!

Thank you for all of your encouragement and prayer! Continue to join us in prayer for Charlie, for Kata, David, Thomas, and many other students that God has big plans for.

Serving Christ with You,


One response to “Tapolca Team – Day 2 – Ethan Hand

  1. I am praying for the Team, as you accomplish God’s purposes in Hungary. May many come to know Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior!

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