Larry Winckles serves as co-pastor of the Budapest fellowship, as the Hungary Mission Team leader as well as the Europe area administrator. In this latter role, he helps resource and equip the developing FM ministries on continental Europe. Katie serves on the leadership team of the Budapest fellowship, facilitates women’s ministry programs and oversees a weekly English class offered free to the community.Reproducible Bulletin Insert
Pray for:• discernment in helping the Hungarian leaders set the future direction of the Budapest and Győr ministries and the Set Free Movement network
• new leaders to be raised up for the Győr and Budapest fellowships
• new doors to open in Budapest and Győr for outreach and making disciples
• wisdom in balancing between local, national and Europe-wide concerns
• the ability to maintain close connections with their grown sons, daughter-in-law, grandchildren and extended family
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Birthdays:Larry: January 7
Katie: January 26
Contact Larry and Katie:email@example.com
Winckles Family Update
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