Dream came true


Yes, it happened, the words cannot describe the experience I had in Israel. Getting to walk where Jesus walked, taught, prayed, and rose is something you only read in the bible. Now as I read the bible, I have a new perspective. In the past, I would pass over the name of this gate, or this city or things that did not seem important. However, after actually getting to walk and touch the places mentioned in the bible, I have a newfound respect of God’s word.

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Matching grant miracle continues…


Thanks to all of you who pray for our ministry as well as to those who supports financially. It is great adventure, miracle and honor to serve here in Kompas. I enjoy my very meaningful work a lot. Without you it would be hardly possible. Last year we managed (we had the most contributions from the Slovaks we ever had) to obtain the matching grand from a foundation and moreover they decided to continue with us this year too. Please consider this opportunity of investment into His kingdom in Slovakia.

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College ministry in my heart


My involvement in the college student ministry is very energizing. It is still great place to serve the students from all Slovakia face to face to me. I served in the dorms few times as the speaker and I felt like I was enriched and encouraged by it.

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KECY Kompas English Camp for Youth


English Evangelism Summer Camps are knocking on our doors. After organizing so many camps, we understood that this ministry produces a lot of fruits in the local churches and among the non-church students.

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The bigest event…


The Youth Leaders Training Conference– KPM 2008 was the biggest event for the youth leaders in the history of Slovakia. More than 650 youth leaders took part and it surprised us. I felt little bit like Gedeon before the battle with the Madians. Our team was too small (the team we had was the smallest in the 15 years history of KPM) to win the battle.  But the Lord was in charge.

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Staff changes


Changes in Kompas Café and TCK At the end of last year we decided to close the Café service including the public catering. We wrestled for a long time with the issue how to get out of red numbers. The Café took too much work, time and the attention.  For it did not support our ministry we did a very tough decision and released five employees. Good news is that all of them have got new jobs as well as the decision making process was filled with His presence and peace. Later a miracle happened and a member of the local Christian community rented the Café as the Korean non-smoking, no hard alcohol serving restaurant.

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