Tag Archive: reformed church in hungary

SMALL BUSINESSES MAKE SUSTAINABLE LIVES

As part of my work with Kalunba Ltd., the official implementing partner of the RCH’s Unit for Refugee Integration, I update and refresh the website. I recently wrote a quick post for them about the… Continue reading

THE JOB INTERVIEW

  This morning started as many of mine do in Budapest – with me running late for my morning at the Ecumenical Office and rushing to get ready on time. Except today there… Continue reading

CONTEXT MATTERS

  The work being done in Katerini, on the surface, may seem similar to the work being done here in Budapest for refugees. Both ministries started out on a congregational level and have… Continue reading

A QUICK GAME OF CATCH-UP

WHEW! My last few months have been absolute insanity but I have adored every minute of them. I feel terrible for my lack of blogging!! I’m so easily swept up in the wild… Continue reading

NATIONAL YOUTH ASSEMBLY

  As many of you know, part of my job as a missionary working with the Reformed Church in Hungary is writing English articles about various things happening in the wider church through… Continue reading

LEARNING ENGLISH AND SO MUCH MORE

  As soon as I heard about the weeklong English camp that St. Columba’s Scottish Mission (my home church here in Budapest) puts on every summer, I knew I had to be a… Continue reading

FINDING SAFE PASSAGE

  Here’s a recent article that I wrote about the fantastic Refugee Ministry that I work with in Budapest. Part of my job as an English communications associate for the Reformed Church in Hungary is writing English articles about various things… Continue reading

HUGS

  In my work with Roma children at the after-school roma mission of the RCH, called YOU + ME, it’s taken me a while to fully integrate. I’ve been there for almost five… Continue reading

BUILDING BRIDGES

  Here’s a recent article that I wrote about the fantastic Roma outreach program that I work with in Budapest. Part of my job as an English Communications Associate for the Reformed Church… Continue reading

REFUGE

  Living in Budapest is not easy. The work I do, the isolation and loneliness I sometimes feel, and the language that I do not understand all makes for some rough days. What… Continue reading