We got up and out for a long day of new experiences. We began our day in worship at the Pecs Baptist Church. Glen and Clista brought greetings and our whole group sang "This in the Day" in english and Hungarian. God did say make a joyful noise and we did. It was net with great appreciation, at either the song or that we had finished…not sure which one. We had the privilege to hear the President of the Hungarian Baptist Union bring the message. He brought greetings and stories of fellow Baptist's from all over Europe and the middle east. His message was for the story of Abraham and sacrificing his son. We had a translator speaking to us while we wore headphones. It was very helpful. It was also world communion Sunday and we were allowed to join in and partake the Lord's Supper, followed by "Bless be the Tie". All and all a moving service to me.Following the service we had lunch in a traditional Hungarian restaurant. Lot's of meat and potatoes, my kind of meal. We ate lunch with friends of Glen and Clista's and helped celebrate their 20 year old son's birthday. It was great fun and celebration…and more food than we could eat!We had just an hour to relax before our planning meeting with the Gandhi school principal and english teacher. After Supper with them we then had our own meeting to decide who would take what classes. Of course, I was put in charge of the PE classes, since i speak southern and not real English, or so I've been told. Continue to pray for us as start head on in the morning. And for all my LSU friends…War Eagle!!!!!