Newsletter Released

Vesele Vianoce - Merry Christmas from Slovakia!  We sent out our e-newsletter a couple of days ago, including recent ministry activities and some information about what Christmas is like in Slovakia. If you didn't receive the newsletter already you can view it by clicking on the image below.

A Word for Monday – Meeting

This weekend Jon traveled with his boys' discipleship on a výlet (trip) for an event in Slavosovce, a village two hours from Kosice.  Technically, the event was a stretnutie (stret-noo-tee-eh), the word for a meeting.  Most of us don't like meetings, it's true!  But while this word is usually translated "meeting," it is also generally used for... Continue Reading →

Words for Monday – Hope and a Needle

This fall Tanya has been busy packing up boxes filled with handmade bags and handcrafts to send to the U.S.  These bags will be given as Christmas gifts in locations around the Southeast, and recipients will know that their gift is supporting Roma women and their families. Two of our ministry partners in the village... Continue Reading →

A Word for Monday – Games

The word for game in Slovak is simple - hra (pronounced "hrah"). One of the things we love about our boys' and girls' discipleship groups is the many games we get to play.  Sometimes we play games just for fun, but more often we play games with some kind of spiritual point or emphasis. The past... Continue Reading →

Thursday Snapshot – Bag it up!

This Sunday we led children's worship, and we used the time to talk about taking care of God's world.  The Psalms often speak of creation praising God - the heavens declare, the trees sing, the rivers clap their hands.  It's as if the whole universe is one big church where God is constantly being praised! ... Continue Reading →

Photos: CHE Leaders’ Retreat

Last weekend (Sept. 22-25) we were privileged to take part in a retreat for CHE (Community Health Evangelism) leaders in Bosnia.  At a Christian campground near Lake Boracko, we spent time reflecting, praying, studying and learning alongside 25 brothers and sisters in Christ from across Central and Eastern Europe.  These workers are doing challenging and... Continue Reading →

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