Assistant Admission and Alumni Coordinator
I was born and raised in a Christian family where my parents have always been huges examples of Christianity for me. I grew up in Austria, where I had very few opportunities to visit camps or conferences, so as a Hungarian, I visited the summer camps at WOL Hungary, which had a huge impact on my life and, at the age of 16, I got saved. I realized that it is not enough to be raised in a Christian family and go to church every Sunday without having the right heart. I prayed to God that he would forgive my sins and I laid my life in his hands. Last May I graduated from high school, which meant that I had to think about my future and where God wanted to see me. I knew that going to the Bible Institute would be a decision that I would not regret. So, I applied in the summer, I was accepted, and now I have the privilege to study God’s Word and deepen my faith. He is shaping me in many ways, especially through my ministries. I also have the opportunity to serve Him by being the admissions assistant at the Bible Institute, where I can get to know all the future students and help them through their application process.