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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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Hands & Feet through Business

Social entrepreneurship, sometimes referred to as “business as missions,” invests in creative ideas and empowers Christian business people to be the hands and feet of Jesus through business. We believe that the role of business in ministry is to successfully...
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From Lament to Hope

The hardest thing about quarantine for me so far has been the grieving. It feels like everyone is losing something: people can’t meet with their friends, others are being laid off, events are canceled, loved ones pass away. Everyone in...
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Coffee with Saints…and Other Stuff

Many places in the world are starting to open back up after weeks of isolation, at least partially. In Hungary, Budapest is being opened a little slower than the rest of the country.   I know this question of opening, and how soon everything should...
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Rolling with the Seasons

When I was a little girl, part of my homework was to write in a journal each day. I hated this and usually ended up writing as little as possible, without much meaning, and drawing some pictures to go with...
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Tug-of-War

Some time ago, I spent a few hours in a dusty field watching a local school have their sports day. Sitting in the shade of a large tree, I sipped my diet coke and watched several different teams, divided up...
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Enjoying Isolation

Based off of what I have seen on social media and the internet, there are many people who are not handling isolation well. People are doing crazy things to their hair, building obstacle courses, going stir-crazy. I am not one...
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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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Hope Through Humility

For Julia’s birthday at the beginning of March, we went on a little trip to the medicinal baths of Bükfürdő. When we returned to Budapest, I assumed I would be heading into the most intense time of the year with...
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