Gerry is an Irish missionary serving as the pastor of the Győr Free Methodist Church in Győr, Hungary. He also supervises the ministerial education and guidance process across Europe. Kati is involved in full-time ministry in Győr where she reaches out to orphans and the very needy for Christ.
* Good health for the entire family.
* Many people to come to know Christ as Savior.
* Effective witnessing to all Gerry and Kati come into contact with.
* Pray that God would provide others to join in their ministry as the work has far outgrown what they alone can manage.
Gerard – March 21
Katalin – June 14
Csilla – December 25
Zsuzsa – June 23
Katica – December 28
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Hungary for Christ: A Hungarian / Irish Family Living and Serving Christ in Hungary
This past weekend we had the pleasure of having our friends, the Ball family visit us in Győr. As you can see in the above photo, Spencer preached a message from our ongoing series (Fruit of the Holy Spirit). It was a wonderful message and we were very blessed. We had a great turnout at […]
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