Ever since the Lord first used Tibor’s blindness to draw him into the family of God, he’s been a man of single-minded conviction—a relentless evangelist and champion for God’s kingdom among the blind, disabled, and marginalized of Hungary.
Earlier this year, as Hungary thawed from its winter, Tibor Miklós and his family took to the road for a new year of ministry. Our In Touch team was there to capture a week in the life of Tibor, his family, and the many willing servants who join them in their labor.
There’s a long-standing rift between the churches of Hungary, but Tibor Miklós isn’t content to let it stay that way. He’s on a mission to unite congregations and denominations for the sake of the gospel—and he’s using the In Touch Messenger to do it.
While Tibor’s ministry to the blind and disabled continues to grow, he’s expanding his mission to the Roma—a people who share a long history of marginalization wherever they settle, including Hungary. Though there are many Roma villages to enter, Tibor wants to reach them all with the good news of Jesus Christ.
Istvan Kocsis has made it his mission to serve the Roma people. Though not Roma himself, this husband and father lives in the town of Polgárdi, where he pastors a Roma church and is director of a primary school for Roma children. He’s also a friend of Tibor’s and a partner in ministry.
With the audio resources of the In Touch Messenger Lab, denominations in Hungary are working toward a transformed landscape for the blind. Uniting together over God’s Word, these churches are making it possible for the visually impaired to have Scriptures they can navigate on their own. The man behind the movement is Tibor Miklós, a blind minister with a heart for the lost and a vision for those in need of discipleship. And as he travels the country, his ministry expands to other marginalized groups in Hungary, such as the Roma.