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Returning to Hungary and the New Normal

The day I visited the village of Röszke, Hungary, it was relatively quiet. At times the refugees seemed to barely outnumber the T.V. reporters and police. Our OMS team had brought a van load of food, water, and supplies to … Continue reading

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Boundaries Broken

By Hannah Fraser “This is it,” I thought. My weight shifted onto first one foot, then the other as I nervously rubbed my arms. Catching Szófi’s eye from across the gymnastics floor, I smiled at her, and she grinned back. … Continue reading

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English Camp 2014 Round-up

For the 21st consecutive year OMS held an English camp here in Hungary. Our two-week camp was in the city of Vác, which is about 50 km north of Budapest. We have held English camps there for several years. This … Continue reading

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The Shelter

From January 10-18 I had the privilege of traveling to England for the first time and attending a conference at L’Abri. L’Abri is French for “the shelter,” and is a ministry which was started by the late Francis Schaeffer with … Continue reading

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Summer’s Over Already?

It’s hard to believe that we are already approaching the end of summer break and getting ready to get back into our fall schedule of school, sports, and our regular ministry activities. The highlight of the summer ministry-wise was our … Continue reading

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Have mission, will travel

In the past six weeks I traveled in or through 6 different countries. It started at the end of June with a trip to Wisla, Poland for the European Leadership Forum. This conference features training and workshops from some of … Continue reading

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Meeting at the Center of the European Union

This past Thursday I travelled to the town of Gelnhausen, Germany for a gathering of the faculty of European Nazarene College. I was invited there to represent the school he teaches at in Budapest, which is a learning center of … Continue reading

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