This update was shared by GEO missionary Sarah Berta-Somogyi, who serves in Hungary and is pictured above. “Although this month was full of many wonderful happenings, the one that sticks out in my mind the most was having to say goodbye to my 12th graders. In Hungary, the seniors take their final written exams and [...]
The emphasis of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod is Witness, Mercy, Life Together. Check out how the work of the LCMS in Eurasia reflects this emphasis!
Melissa Karges, missionary in Hungary, shares an update about taking advantage of Advent to teach her students about Christ.
Rev. Dr. Brent Smith and his family sent this Christmas greeting to you! Rev. Dr. Smith is the regional director for the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod in Eurasia. Check out this video and many more links to the happenings in Eurasia this month!
One of the mission focuses in Eurasia is "Reconnecting People to their Christian Heritage." The work of LCMS missionaries in Eurasia is to make those reconnections: through teaching English, sharing sacred music and commemorating and acknowledging the past through prayer.
The LCMS work in Eurasia spans from the ocean shores in Portugal to over 7,000 kilometers away to cities in Russia! Here's a quick glance as what's going on within those 7,000 kilometers!
"This Farsang, I talked to one student about her aspirations for future service in the church. Getting to know people opens up doors of friendship and doors to share Jesus where there were none before. I pray that these times of fellowship lead to greater times of Gospel proclamation..."
"Recently, I was able to spend one-on-one time with two of my favorite students and talk about some of the difficult things in their lives. I was able to just listen and then discuss what the 'sanctification' part of our lives looks like. We know we are justified and forgiven by Jesus, and...
The Hungarian Evangelical Lutheran Church is requesting a mission team to lead an English Bible camp in Kispest, Hungary. A relationship builder through English as a Foreign Language is needed to serve alongside missionaries in Spain.
“This month, one opportunity to proclaim the Gospel came through the celebration of Valentine’s Day and the discussion of love. In the beginning of every class, we always read and talk about a Bible verse. The week before Valentine’s Day, the verse was Romans 8:39..."