Leading up to Thanksgiving 2014

Balint Marton School

This is where Mike and I spend our Tuesdays and Thursdays this school year. Helping the English teachers there is a lot of fun. We grasp the opportunities we have to share spiritually with students and teachers alike.

Recently the high schoolers put on a performance having to do with saving the environment. The theme had to do with water. A group of students used the story of Noah in a skit to highlight the theme in a comical way. This week, in some of our classes, Mike talked to them about the Biblical story of Noah.

In addition to giving them a more factual take on the story of Noah, we shared the historical significance of Thanksgiving. Mike baked sweet potato pies for the students to taste test. He made them guess what it was, since sweet potatoes are not used in pies in Hungary. Everyone seemed to enjoy this “strange” food, and Mike was more than happy to clean up the crumbs.

 Please pray that students and teachers alike will want to “taste and see that the Lord is good.”