Upcoming and Current Events
Pray with us...and involve your friends, too!
We would like to get 550 more prayer partners to join with us this year. That will raise the total to 1,000 people and groups standing with us in prayer. If you know someone who might like to be a partner with us in prayer, please tell them about our ministry and pass along our contact information.
Updates from Past EventsSee the Millers' blog for current happenings and the photo album pages for more pictures
The Eastern Hungary Team had a very busy time during December and January. Thank you so much for your prayers! The Christmas Booth Project, which took place in Debrecen from December 1 - 23, went very well. About 800 Bibles were distributed to people who commited to try to read through it over the coming year. The Visual Bible's "Matthew" DVD in Hungarian was given to those who signed up to participate in small-group discussions, which function similarly to a book club. Praise the Lord for the local believers who volunteered to help both with the booth and in facilitating the "Matthew" small group discussions. Read more about the project and see pictures on the Winter 2007 / 08 photo album page.
A LeTourneau University student volunteer mission team came from Longview, Texas from December 28 - January 6 to minister to international students at the Debrecen university who were not able to go home over the holiday/exam time. They hosted "coffee house" evenings, which included games, music, and other fun activities along with free coffee and tea. New friends were made, and there were opportunities for some good, deep conversations with the students. Learn more on the Winter 2007 / 08 photo album page.
In June 2007 the Eastern Hungary Team returned from Stateside Assignment (formerly known as furlough) in the U.S., and the action began as soon as they arrived back into the country! Two of the summer interns arrived on the same plane, and the other two arrived the following week. After some preparatory training and a few days of language classes, the team hit the streets to prayerwalk and to reach out to people that they met. Other volunteer workers also joined them for special projects over the rest of the summer. New contacts were made, and relationships with previous contacts were followed up on. Please pray that the Lord will continue to work in the hearts of those who were impacted by this summer's work.