All posts by: Clarissa Hunter

New Role, Same Goal

Camp director—well, assistant camp director. That was a new title for me this summer. Even though I have helped direct Summer English Camp for the last two summers, this was the first year it was really in my title. This...
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God Is Faithful

Lately, I have been really enjoying Facebook’s “On This Day” feature. For those of you who aren’t familiar, this little feature allows you to see things you posted and friends you made on that day throughout the years. Sometimes these...
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A Day of Thanksgiving

Thank you! That’s what you are supposed to say on this day, right? Well, yes. But do we actually mean it? So often, we get stuck on the things that have gone wrong. Well, maybe I should say, I as...
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When I Don’t Have the Words

One of the most difficult things about living in a foreign country is the language. When you do not understand the language in its entirety, you do not get the full picture of situations. This is a constant truth of...
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Hungary to Cuba: Mobilization as Strategic Focus

One of our goals on the OMS Hungary field, what we like to call “Strategic Focus Areas,” is to mobilize others. For us, this means we feel God has put us in a unique position to not only serve the...
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A Valley of Dry Bones

For much of my life, I lacked a passion to see people believe in Christ. I believed in him, sure, but I did not think too much about those who did not. The more I seek the Lord, though, the...
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Thank You for Giving

God and I had a deal…at least I thought we did. The deal was that I would follow him, as long as he didn’t make me rely too heavily on him or other people—specifically in the area of fundraising. About...
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Language as a Key

When I arrived in Hungary seven months ago, I knew that I wanted to learn the language. After studying communications in college, it became apparent to me that language is a key, not only for practically understanding those who speak...
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Big Trash Day

This past week was “big trash day” here in Budapest. This day varies in different parts of the city, but when it is your residential day, you can put anything you want to get rid of on the street in...
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Agents of Transformation

One Mission Society Hungary is all about transforming lives. They want to be agents of the Lord, creating positive change in people’s hearts and minds. They definitely did that for me. During my three months interning in Hungary, God used...
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