Earlier this month, I travelled to Hungary and Ukraine with a small team of pastors and leaders to put on a retreat for Ukrainian leaders who have been involved in providing aid over the past year since the full-scale invasion of their country.
On the way, I had the opportunity to visit some friends in Hungary, including my friend László (Laci), who pastors in Budapest.
In addition to pastoring a local church, he leads a ministry which helps those caught in human trafficking to escape prostitution and experience lasting freedom.
The south side of Budapest, where Laci ministers, is a working class area, known for high levels of crime and prostitution.
While I was in town, I had the opportunity to sit down with Laci to discuss we discuss the theological foundations for “mercy ministries” and how Laci got involved in practical ministry to the poor and oppressed.
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