jews for jesus budapest
Just five hours before the final event of our Budapest campaign, the phone rang and a voice begged us to cancel.
God has answered prayer for divine appointments, and we are thrilled to see people in Budapest respond to the gospel.
Throughout Europe, January 27 has become a solemn day to mark the liberation of Auschwitz, one of the most notorious Nazi death camps. When we remember the crimes against my people and against all humanity that were committed in that place, two haunting questions come to mind. "Can we forgive? Can we be forgiven?"
Find out what Kata Tar learned about unity from organizing two witnessing campaigns in Budapest. See photos and learn results from this year’s Budapest Campaign.
“And Isaac dug again the wells of water which they had dug in the days of Abraham his father, for the Philistines had stopped them up after the death of Abraham. He called them by the names which his father had called them” (Genesis 26:18). Hungary’s history has developed a special type of Jew. Our […]
Did you know that Budapest has the largest indigenous Jewish population of any city in Central or Eastern Europe? About 100,000 Jewish people reside in Budapest—plus thousands of Jewish tourists come each year to visit the Neolog synagogue on Dohany Street (the largest synagogue in Europe), the Jewish museum and the former wartime ghetto—as well […]