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Interview with Laszlo Surman

Interview with László Surman

The second guest of our podcast episode is László Surman, Mission Director-General of Hungarian Gypsy Missions International. László Surman was born in 1973 in Békés, married, a father of one

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Who holds the power?

This was the central theme of this year’s Protestant Roma Mission Conference, hosted by the Budapest Gazdagréti Reformed Church. Hundreds of representatives from the Evangelical, Baptist, Methodist, Reformed, and Pentecostal

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talented young people singing

In every young person lives talent

The series titled “Well in Spirit” primarily organized for young people, has reached another milestone with its latest installment. This time, Gyula Gyöngyösi, a child welfare advancement consultant and coordinator

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Albert Durkó, President

Interview with Albert Durkó

The first guest of our newly launched ReményCast podcast is Albert Durkó, President of  Hungarian Gypsy Missions International. Albert was born in Békés, the fifth child of a seven-member family.

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HGMI encourages further education

About fifty servants and congregation members associated with the Hungarian Gypsy Missions International started their higher education studies in September. From the outset, the mission’s leadership has been encouraging their

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Kingdom-centered Thinking in Churches

The speaker of the two-day seminar that delved primarily into building kingdom-centered churches was from Croatia. The seminar was attended by the workers of the Hungarian Gypsy Missions International, giving

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Without Borders in Mátészalka

The 1st Carpathian Basin Roma Missionary Conference was held in Mátészalka with over five hundred participants. From the beginning, HGMI considers the support of the Hungarian population and Hungarian-speaking Roma

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Central role of diaconia

The effective functioning of diaconal service was the central theme of a two-day program held by representatives of Fida International, a Christian organization, at the headquarters of HGMI in Békés.

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Romani Resistance Day

May 16th is a significant day in the Romani community, as it marks the Romani Resistance Day – a day to commemorate the remarkable act of resistance by a group

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Pepita Donation Centre

Pepita Donation Centre started out as a second hand clothing store. Today, it offers visitors not only clothing products, but also home decor and furniture. The amount collected from the

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Art for Self-awareness

This year has not been a tedious one in our school. In addition to the talent development activities of the existing Elementary Art School (EAS), Hungarian Gypsy Missions International –

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Born to be free

Many of us cannot even imagine what we would do if we had to leave our homes behind. The home that gives us comfort, safety and warmth. The ordinary weekdays

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From Kharkiv to Israel

The Testimony of Natalia from Ukraine My name is Natalia, I’m a war refugee from Ukraine. My hometown, Harkiv is on the Ukrainian–Russian border. On February 24th we woke up

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Appeal!

Hungarian Gypsy Missions International gave shelter to 95 Ukrainian was refugees last night. Help us support them!

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Regional GypsyAid Centers

Hungarian Gypsy Mission’s official charity and relief organization has established regional centers for donation collecting and distributing. Any individual can offer clothes, non-perishable food, furniture, household appliances, money, etc. Our

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Mission and integrating education

Review of the 3rd Gypsy Mission Methodology handbook . Jesus Christ “…loved everybody, taught everybody, He loved to make the little people great… Let’s think about the ethnic minorities, and

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