Home again






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Allen returned home yesterday and will be preaching tonight in church. Please pray for God to build up His church through our fellowship tonight and that people take larger strides of faith.

Because of the private nature of the prayer blog for this year's English camp, we have password protected it. I have copied the last day's entry for those who missed it. If you would like to see the prayer blog, please email us for the password.

Dear Friends,

This year's camp was quite unique and in that way I would also say quite special. Thank you for your prayers. Thank you for loving campers that you have never seen and probably will never see. Thank you for supporting us, the staff, in so many different ways. Words cannot express how grateful we are that you were a part of our team through prayer. Knowing you are praying helps us through the discouraging times and encourages us to press on. Thank you.

This week the Spirit moved, lives were changed and seeds of the Gospel were planted. Camper needs are so great so please continue to pray for them. Their longing for love and acceptance is practically palpable and it breaks our heart to know that they are going back to homes that are broken and lives that are shattered. Praise the Lord that this week they heard God's Word and that will go home with them. We rest in the peace that He can be more than we ever could be in their lives.

Please pray for us as well. For staffers who go back to America that they would be able to process all they have seen and that their lives would be changed as a result. For staffers who remain here in Hungary, that we will also process this week and would be challenged to minister with a refreshed spirit and an attitude of gratefulness for the privilege we have of being used by the Lord.

"Give thanks to the LORD, call on his name; make known among the nations what he has done. Sing to him, sing praise to him; tell of all his wonderful acts. Glory in his holy name; let the hearts of those who seek the LORD rejoice."

Psalm 105:1-3

May our lives and yours be encouraged by what the Lord has done in this place. Amen.
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