Celebrating Ministry Partnerships in Budapest

KMK Partner Evening 2015

The KMK is a ministry and community center in Budapest’s 11th district that serves four churches and thirteen ministry and civic organizations. Nearly 1,200 people pass through doors of the KMK weekly, attending a worship service, ministry program, community event, or as a guest at the coffeehouse.

The motto of the KMK is “The place that brings us together.” We see this motto expressing itself in the “bringing together” of churches, ministries, and ministry leaders from diverse backgrounds in an expression of unity that will cause people to see Christ (John 17), as well as in the “bringing together” into relationship and community those who know and follow Jesus with those who are yet to know Him.

Representatives of the organizations served by the KMK gathered on November 24, 2015 to share updates of how God is at work in and through their ministries. Watch the complete video, below.

The Flow Towards Europe

Europe is experiencing the biggest refugee crisis since World War II. Based on data from the United Nations, we clarify the scale of the crisis.
(Originally published on 26.10.2015 at Complied by Ville Saarinen and Juho Ohala.)

Europe’s Crisis: God’s Opportunity


“Europe faces a multi-dimensional crisis with huge implications for European states and for Christian mission. Yet the Christian message of hope is the same one that has sustained generations of Europeans through all the crises of history: the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Europe’s crisis is God’s opportunity.”
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