Sunday Worship


Above: Miki leading musical worship encouraging us to pour out our hearts to God as did Hannah in the Old Testament account. “I am under a great deal of stress....I have poured out my soul to the LORD.” — 1 Samuel 1:15


Above: Church member Eszti giving testimony to God’s provision in her life this week, and sharing the special news that she is expecting.


Above: Érzsi, who began attending in December, giving testimony about God answering prayer about her husband’s health problem. Also Érzsi asked for prayer for her teenage son Dávid who had been attending off and on for the past year. She said, “It seems as if he was initially interested, and this was truly the best place for him, but now he just finds other things to do.” We prayed for him at that moment, and God was quick to answer! In the middle of Dezső’s preaching time, guess who strolled in unexpectedly! Dávid came in time to hear Dezső explain how Jesus saves us from condemnation as the once for all sacrifice for our sins.

“Consequently, just as condemnation for all people came through one transgression, so too through the one righteous act came righteousness leading to life for all people.” — Rom 5:18


Above: Dezső continues to preach through the book of Romans. I am encouraged to see his constant growth in using his gifts of teaching and pastoring.


Above L to R: Sharon, Erika and Hugi.


Above L to R: Gábor, Miki and Dezső. Hugi’s husband Gábor was just layed off of work last week which puts them in serious financial strain. Please pray for Gábor to be able to find a new job. Pray also that they would receive the financial help they need in this time.


Above: Gabi faithful to serve every week in taking families home from church. It was touching to see his sister Niki give testimony tonight as to how she has changed from being an atheist, to seeing God at work in her life. Gabi stood up afterwards and said, “It is great to see the fruit of your prayers in Niki’s life, and to see how my sister is changing because of your prayers.” Praise God for his amazing grace!
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