During a week of teaching every morning, it’s always nice to get out into a home for supper. Guyla and Gabbi, Hungarian’s who returned from Australia to work among the gypsies invited me along with Vane (Macedonia) and Edith (Poland) and another YWAM guest Emily Saylor (who like me has a heart for Italy) to have a home cooked, Hungarian meal. We sat aound eating delicious food and sharing stories. Vane told his spell binding conversion story while Guyla and Gabbi shared how they were called from comfortable lives in Australia (Guyla left communism as a young man and struggled to get a fresh start on the other side of the world only to be called back) to serve a very difficult people group.
Here are a few fellowship and food pics of the evening.