Salt and Light – May 21

Greetings from Debrecen,

Thankful for nearing the end of school! It has been a more challenging year with the transition back to Hungary and continuing with school but we are getting closer to finishing. Things will change as we will transition into full summer mode. Darrel continues to diligently study Hungarian and he is trusting God for the results. God continues to bring people into our lives and we are thankful for the opportunities that He gives us to share about Him.

The girls and I have really enjoyed bike riding. The one thing I love about living over here are the many bike trails in town and from town to town. It is fun and encourages more people to ride their bikes. I am amazed and honored that God would continue to grant us favor in the lives of our lost friends. I have been more bold in praying for them and also telling them that I am praying for them so I trust that God will answer my prayers in such a way that they will know that He is God.

Next week I will be leaving on a trip for about a week for some training so you can be praying for Darrel and the girls. Arianna is also leaving this Tuesday for a week to Boston with FBC Irving on a mission trip. Mission trips have a way of changing our lives in some significant way. A co-laborer and friend “S” is also serving in Ukraine just across the border from us, encouraging a church in the area of evangelism.


  • Divine appointments for “S” and those sharing the gospel this week in Ukraine. The church would be encouraged in the area of evangelism.
  • God would use Arianna and the mission group from FBC Irving to share the Gospel in Boston. They would have many spiritual conversations and that people would be willing to give their lives to Jesus. The students who go, that their lives would be changed and that they would be challenged.
  • God would use this training next week to better equip me for His service. God would give me opportunities to share the Gospel as well and that I would be sensitive to the Holy Spirit and His leading.
  • God’s peace, comfort and faith to be strengthened in the lives of a Hungarian couple who have struggled with having a baby.
  • God’s favor in the lives of students and the University so that we will have opportunities to share the good news.

Thank you so much for praying for us!

One of His servants,
Kimberly Hathcock