Hi everyone! So today was similar to yesterday in so far that our Ravencrest team was separated into two groups and sent to two different schools, but there were also some small differences, which I will share.
For example, both groups did not go to the same schools as yesterday. The smaller group (my group) went to a “private-like” religious school where all the students wore uniforms, and the larger group was sent to a bigger public high school. On my end- in the private school- students were very receptive with our team and we were very able to connect to the students. During one of the long breaks one of the teachers took our smaller group to see the ruins of an old Hungarian Castle next to this beautiful lake and it was absolutely amazing!
When both groups returned from our missionary work at the various schools we went to, a few of us went up hiking to see Tatabanya’s National Falcon statue and we could see all of Tatabanya and beyond from the view up there- it was fantastic (but it also made me queasy since I am afraid of heights).
Lastly, in the evening we all had English Club again. More people came tonight and we could all really see God working. Josh Miller shared his testimony and we could see that the teens and adults who came to attend the English Club truly were enjoying themselves and listening to what we had to say about our faith (how God will use these seeds I do not know but we know that they will not yield nothing).
So all in all it was a really good day. We will be sad to say goodbye to Hungary but we were happy to be here and we were blessed by those Matt and his family, who supported us while we were here.
- Debbie Gallou