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A future pastor' wish

When my mother was ill, she found trust and comfort in god. It was obvious that her beliefs made her feel much better. Even after her death, I have continued to embrace Christianity, for this has become my second warm and loving home, where many memories of my mother remain. I wasn’t close to my father and didn’t plan to succeed his business. Besides that, he isn’t a Christian either. He has his own way of loving me, mostly reflected in material things. But these are not what I want. It seems that home has changed. We permanently lost a very important person, and home is not as warm and loving as before.

Now? I am studying in Hungary and want to be a pastor in the future, hoping father will be saved with the love of God.

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