(Hungary)–Meanwhile, Educational Services International is reporting that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to get visas to Hungary and the Czech Republic. ESI’s Carice Blazo says the application process is taking months just for an answer. “Then it could come back and they could say it’s rejected. So, it makes it very difficult for our timing, because if it’s rejected at the end of the summer then our teachers are sitting around waiting to go fly overseas and start school. And, it’s become progressively more complicated.” ESI sends teachers to high schools and universities around the world. Blazo says they need more people willing to teach and share the Gospel. “We probably need another 20. They need to be applied and accepted into the (Czech) program by March 1st. And, for those wanting to go to Hungary they need to be applied and accepted into the program by March 15th.” Pray for these teachers as evangelism is difficult there and discouragement is common.
Story number 2 for 4 Feb 2003
By davidvranishFebruary 4, 2003
- Primary Language: Hungarian
- Primary Religion: Christianity
- Evangelical: 2.8%