More than half of the kids in our congregation attended a Storytime, and we had a blast!
This was a big disappointment because we loved serving in this way. Within a few days of our decision to step away from the Welcome Team, the Lord opened a new opportunity for us to serve Him.
It is so easy to lose track of what we hear in the service but continuing to study the material throughout the next week has significantly improved our memory and our ability to practically apply the message.
Whether it is serving as an usher, in the Children’s ministry or at Community Care our family has witnessed the power of Christ to transform hearts and lives for His glory.
As Christians, it is our goal to be willing: to have conversations, to give our time, and to allow God to work.
Tibor and Marta were a couple for whom churches prayed in earnest. Hungary needed evangelists and church planters. In answer to prayer, Tibor finished Bible school and served in several churches, all while helping plant others.
Smaller than a normal year, but by God’s grace, a perfect number to get used to the different kind of year it would be.
In 2000, The Orchard, along with ten other churches, invested significantly toward the purchase of a property, the former Olimpia movie theater (now the KMK), to be the home of the Foundation and other Christian ministries. Former Budapest City Team Leader, Mark Revell says, “There has...
The first night I went in feeling both a little awkward and uncomfortable, not knowing what to expect. Once we got settled and began our conversation on the sermon, I was immediately blown away.