At the end of World War 1, the borders of Hungary were redrawn. Hungary became much, much smaller and a lot of people who had been living inside Hungary were suddenly living outside Hungary in different countries. Today there are still some places where there are sizable Hungarian populations outside Hungary and one of these is the Transylvania area of Romania.
This summer, like many years past, Hungarian students and staff went there to share the gospel. Here is a great video about the project. It’s also a fantastic opportunity for my non-Hungarian speaking friends to get a good feel for what the language sounds like. (Don’t worry there are subtitles.)
Here’s another great video about the same project.