The 26th annual International Bible Conference in Domos. The programme of bible study, discussions, seminars and fellowship took place in August. The value of the conference is summed up by these comments of those who came.
Biblia Centrum, Domos the home of the International Bible Conference.
Marina from Ukraine and Simon from Germany – shortest and tallest participants at the conference.
Markus, Vera and Leo from Munchen.
Pal from Budapest.
Group at Ice Cream Shop.
Excursion in the National Park, climbing the Ram Gorge.
Friendship and fellowship during excursions – Marek and Viktoria from Poland and Isobel and Becky from the UK.
Daily Bible study session.
Mark Davies who led two sessions this year.
We love the conference – group from Hungary, Romania, Ukraine, UK and Czech Republic.
Week 1 – the Conference Group.
Week 2 – the Conference Group.
Excursion in Budapest – Joseph, Vera and Leo.
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The Outreach in Sazava is for all ages.
There are two programmes for adult learners.
A programme for youth,…
… and one for children.
In addition we have evening activities – barbeques, …
… and a visit to a local crepe shop.
We have students of all ages, our oldest student is Vera who describes the courses as the best time of her life.
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English Outreach, Domos, Hungary in June.
A week’s programme teaching English and witnessing of our faith through games, songs, bible stories, drama and excursions. The programme was for children and youth. We began the programme in the local school where Roger spoke at the leavers’ final day programme.
Roger and the team in the local school.
Roger storytelling using puppets. This really engages the children in simple bible stories.
The stories are translated and even the translator, Ernoe Nagy gets into the spirit of the story.
Phil Davies one of the leaders fully involved with the children.
The children in the main meeting room waiting for songs and stories.
The whole group of children and youth.
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