October 19, 2014 at 2:00 pmThe last two months were filled with some memorable events that I want to share with you. In September, I spent some days in Transylvania, where I had the privilege of speaking on several occasions. Interestingly enough, the largest Hungarian Baptist church is not in Hungary itself but in Romania, actually in my town of birth, Nagyvarad, that you can find on your map by its Romanian name, Oradea. I spent there eight months during the time when we worked on the revision of the Hungarian Karoli Bible and from time to time I am glad to go back to see my dear friends there and have fellowship with them and preach in their churches. These trips are very precious to me including the most recent one in last September. One of my dearest friends there is an 89 year old pastor who recently published a book and I had the privilege to write a preface to it. The time that I am spending there seems to flow very quickly as we go from one meeting to the other and in between we exchange our thoughts and share our experiences. Doing all these in Hungary is one thing but going to my birthplace of Transylvania, where my ancestors are coming from is always a unique experience.