Hungary

Jozsef Csuhai

Rev. Jozsef Csuhai is a Community Health Evangelism (CHE) Coordinator for the Hungarian Baptist Union. It is his job to introduce CHE’s strategies and Biblical methods and theology to Baptist Churches in Hungary that wish to do ministry to the Roma and the poor.

With his background as a pastor and former leader of the Baptist Roma Mission, Jozsef specializes in evangelism and spiritual training in MEK’s community projects and as pastoral advisor to our MEK workers. He also helps arrange and teach CHE training conferences.

Eszter Csuhai

Eszter holds the position of Master Trainer with the Misszió az Egészséges Közösségekért (MEK) Team in Hungary. As a Master Trainer she is responsible to educate herself by taking and learning to teach advanced Community Health Evangelism training modules. She then passes this training along to CHE leaders and workers in Hungarian-speaking areas through vision conferences, training seminars, and development courses.

Eszter has extensive training in Bible, youth work, physical education, coaching, and social work. Therefore she is the MEK Team specialist on children and women’s development issues. She is currently overseeing the start up of MEK’s Children’s CHE and Women’s Cycle of Life programs.

Eszter is also the MEK Project Leader for the holistic development program beginning in the Roma community in Matraszölös, Hungary.

László Daróczi

László Daróczi​ (Laci) holds the position of Master Trainer with the Misszió az Egészséges Közösségekért (MEK) Team in Hungary. As a Master Trainer he is responsible to educate himself by taking and learning to teach advanced Community Health Evangelism training modules. He then passes this training along to CHE leaders and workers in Hungarian-speaking areas through vision conferences, training seminars, and development courses.

With his extensive background in farming and construction, Laci serves as the MEK Team specialist in the fields of agriculture, husbandry, technical and mechanical development. He is currently overseeing the start up of MEK’s biomass fuel-for-the-poor program.

Ron & Jeannie Seck

Ron grew up in a Christian family (General Conference Baptist) in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. He trusted Jesus Christ as Savior when he was nine years old, during Vacation Bible School. Ron first felt God calling him into Christian ministry while in high school, and committed his life to God fully while a junior at Princeton University. God then led Ron to Faith Theological Seminary and Biblical Theological Seminary in the Philadelphia area.

Like Ron, Jeannie grew up in a biblical Christian home. After her father died, when she was four years old, Jeannie asked Jesus to be her Savior and Lord. 

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