hard to say all the things we do, or have done, for I never look back
things, and I don t keep a catalogue of what we have done. It just
seem right to keep a record of good deeds, or how we have helped
help is gone and to speak of it, kind of lowers the value of that help.
This work has only been achieved, out of love, trust, confidentiality, and intimacy with the people, whom I love dearly. I only look forward to see what else we can do, and how we can help. A new generation is arising now, and I am privileged to still be alive to see the difference our efforts have made.
wasn’t even on the map. It was so insignificant, no-one wanted to go
Being a poor village made up of Farmers, Peasant folk, and Gipsies. 16
ago we arrived there, going where angels fear to tread.
Now it is very much on the map. All the villages around have seen this Great change, and then desired it themselves. Order has come into these villages. People no longer will allow themselves to be ruled by the outlaws, and the bullies. They gained a confidence that made them rise up, and take authority over their own lives. Not allowing filthy language, and bad behaviour to be spewed in their faces anymore, but to quench it with righteousness and wisdom. Nyirbeltek is run by Dani and Kati Beri. We have assisted in opening and running,
Advice, and Counselling
Villages together Conference Room
Refuge for Women
Home for poor and underprivileged children
We maintain the upkeep of two houses
The Community Centre
On going support for Dai and Kati, financially and spiritually, and practically
The Sunflower Trust provides food, educational supplies, and toiletries, and medicines
We bring Guests from abroad, to interact with the locals, so they can broaden their horizons, on both sides.
The Buildings are used for a variety of things, including Teaching Hungarian, and German.
We always, give money to the poor villagers, hand to hand, to relieve immediate poverty
And so I could go on but I feel like I’m talking about it as though to give us Glory, well I don t all the Glory goes to God, who has allowed us the privilege of serving Him