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Jan272014

CBC Students Minister in Europe

CBC's Serbia and Hungary team (Click to enlarge)Late last year, CBC-Colorado sent a second-year mission team to minister overseas in Serbia and Hungary. The team led by the CBC's Missions Coordinator, Michelle Patterson, teamed up with Jeff Serio and European Initiative, an outreach ministry serving 10 nations in Europe. Over the course of the team's nine days of ministry in the two nations, the team served every day, from early morning until late at night—literally stretching the time they had to reach as many people as possible with the almost-too-good-to-be-true news. According to Jeff, the team's efforts were, "nothing short of remarkable."

In the nine days on the ground in Serbia and Hungary, the team of 20 ministered in eight churches, five public high schools, blessed the poor in four remote villages and conducted several outreaches in subway stations in downtown Budapest.

To see highlights from the trip, please take three minutes to watch video below. And, to be fair, the team did have the assistance of some super heroes... for more details check out this article on the European Initiative website.

Reader Comments (1)

Dear World Outreach, The first thing that grabs you in this video is the pitifully sad living conditions in these countries, the wrenching poverty!

But, then the "Light of the World" entering in, the Love that only Jesus can give and His awesome grace, transforming the people, has the potential of changing these sad circumstances!

Wonderful video and story. Thanks for the inspiration!

January 27, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterEleanor Lock

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