All posts by: OMSHungary

Joy Overwhelming

“Those who sow with tears will reap with songs of joy. Those who go out weeping, carrying seed to sow, will return with songs of joy, carrying sheaves with them.” – Psalm 126:5-6 I am an emotional person. This isn’t...
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Prayers for the New Year

As we begin 2021, many of us carry a great deal of hope for change after a hard year, or maybe leftover anxiety from the one passed. Let us begin 2021 with prayer that we would be open to whatever...
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Food, Free Time, and Rhythms

Retreat:   Verb – move back or withdraw; withdraw to a quiet or secluded place  Noun – an act of moving back or withdrawing; a signal for a military force to withdraw; a quiet or secluded place in which one can rest and relax; a...
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Guided Prayer for OMS Hungary

Thank you so much for following our blog and praying for what God is doing in Hungary. We wanted to provide a resource for you to better pray for the ministries and projects happening on our field at the moment....
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Hold on Loosely

I’m a planner by nature. I live by my calendar and my to-do list, and I much prefer routine to the excitement of spontaneity. I knew when I started my journey in missions that the general predictability of my life...
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Coronavirus, Chronic Pain, and Control

At the end of 2019, a friend shared with me a booklet to reflect both on the year behind and the one ahead. As I worked through it and spent time praying about what God had in store for 2020,...
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Reflections on Sabbath: Part 2

Today, we continue our discussion on Sabbath as several of our team members share the ways they have encountered God in Sabbath or what he is doing in their lives in this area. This last year, Sadie began intentionally observing...
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A Photo Update from Szentmargitfalva

A few weeks ago, a team of returning volunteers (and one new one) came to Hungary to continue the work on the chapel in Szentmargitfalva. It has been a long process, but a faithful one, with many of our volunteers...
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Ten Years and Counting

Corinne and Jonathan Long first came to Hungary 10 years ago. They were here for a while before returning to the USA for a few years. They came back to Hungary in 2014 and have been here ever since. Jonathan...
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Leaning on Promises

Transitions are a part of life and often a time of stress and anxiety, but ultimately we choose to change things because we believe it will be an improvement in our existence. As Christians, we choose obedience to God’s call...
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