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Hungarian Gospel Resources
A special welcome to all visitors of Hungarian heritage! This page contains links to Bibles, stories and web sites written in Hungarian which tell about Jesus and His love for the Hungarian people.

Many followers of Jesus are praying that God will bless the Hungarian people, and some of the links on this page have information to help them learn more about the Hungarian language and culture.

Thank you for visiting. May the grace and peace of God be yours today!


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Hungarian Publications About Jesus

The Four Spiritual Laws explains God's plan of salvation in Hungarian.

GotQuestions.org answers basic questions about Christianity in many languages including Hungarian.

Hungarian Bibles

Online Bibles:

Hungarian Bibles to purchase:
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New Testaments:

Bibles:

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Software and study materials:

Background Info on the Hungarian People

14.5 million people speak Hungarian worldwide, making Hungarian number 66 on the list of Top 100 World Languages by Population. "Magyar" is the Hungarian name.

The Census Bureau reports that 148,000 Americans speak Hungarian. Hungarian is number 22 of the 50 Most Common Languages Spoken in the United States (1990 Census).

The World Factbook reports that the 10 million people of Hungary are 67.5% Roman Catholic, 20% Calvinist, 5% Lutheran, and 7.5% atheist and other.

One of the best introductions to the culture and customs of Hungary is the 4-page Culturegram published by Brigham Young University. You can download a 4-page pdf file for $4.

Information for Churches

Perhaps you've noticed that several Hungarian families have moved into your community. Your church would like to get acquainted with them and find ways to serve your new neighbors. But how can you begin?

Begin by cultivating a loving heart, a listening ear, and the habit of prayer. Look for opportunities to learn about other cultures and develop skills for cross-cultural communication. There are lots of resources on this site, including the article "How to Start a Cross-Cultural Ministry," that can help you prepare to move forward in faith.

The Jesus Film is a great way to share the gospel in the "heart language" of your Hungarian neighbors. Campus Crusade for Christ has produced this beautiful film of the gospel of Luke and translated it into over 600 languages, including Hungarian. Your church can buy a video for less than $20 and sponsor a "Hungarian Night" to show the film and begin a dialogue. Ask Hungarian leaders in the community if they would like to see the film and if they'll help you invite other families.

To order the Jesus Film, visit Jesusfilm.org. Or order by phone from Campus Crusade at 1-800-432-1997.


The International School of Ministry offers affordable bible training in Hungarian . Their course in structured, taught by interdenominational Christian leaders, and available on audio tapes so your church can become a training center.

Váci Baptista Gyülekezet Honlapja is a Hungarian Christian site with lots of links.

Learn the Language

If you want to honor your Hungarian friends, learn a few phrases in their language.

Here's a free online English-Hungarian-English dictionary.

These are the most popular Hungarian language books at Amazon.com:

Recommended Reading

Eva's Hungarian Kitchen
by Eva M. Kende
Try Kay Enterprises, 1992
June Meyer's Authentic Hungarian Heirloom Recipes
by June V. Meyer
Meyer & Assoc, 1998
No cover photo available Hungarian Cookbook:
Old World Recipes for New World Cooks

by Yolanda Nagy Fintor
Hippocrene Books, 2000
Lonely Planet Travel Guide: Hungary
by Steve Fallon
Lonely Planet, 2000
The Rough Guide to Hungary (4th Edition)
by Dan Richardson
Rough Guides, 1999


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