Kelowna, BC Church Leaders Take Romania-Hungary Vision Trip

Pastor Zsolt Albert, Brent Iseli, Horst Grams and Darryl Seres of Grace Baptist Church, Kelowna, B.C. outside a shipping container Roma church in Biharia, Romania

Ron and Jeannie got back to Europe on July 30th, in time to meet a 3 man delegation from Grace Baptist Church in Kelowna, B.C.  Grace Baptist, like many churches in the NAB, is interested in developing a partnership with a church and/or ministry in Central Europe.  

Darryl shares his Hungarian roots in testimony at Biharia Baptist Church, Romania while Brent waits to preach

It was Ron’s privilege to take Pastor Brent Iseli, Darryl Seres and Horst Grams on a 9-day Vision Trip through Transylvania, Romania and central Hungary.  They visited potential Hungarian Baptist Union of Romania church partners and projects in Tomasi, Biharia and Turde, Romania.  They also toured  Camp Falcon Rock, the joint project of the HBU of Romania and the NAB, with NAB missionaries Paul and Tanya Gericki and Vern and Gloria Wagner.  

In Hungary the trio had the opportunity to experience what Roma village ministry is like by

Darryl helps finish a craft project at the Boldog day camp.

participating in the morning and evening summer camp program in Boldog, Hungary with Laci and Eszter Daroczi-

Horst enjoys a Roma soup cooked in a kettle over an open fire in Boldog

Csuhai.  They are returning to Kelowna with a much better sense of the great needs of this part of Europe and perhaps a clearer vision of where the Lord wants them as a church to become a partner.  

If your church is interested in a Vision Trip in Central Europe to learn how you too can become a more involved partner in missions, contact Randy Schmor, Director of Gateway Teams or Ron Seck (ronseck@me.com).

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