Why is it called ’Wheat Grain’?
The name was taken from John 12,24 where Jesus says: ’Unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.’ The wheat grain contains the germ of life, and it can be life-giving only if it dies. We don’t want to remain single either, but we want to die for ourselves and for our fellows to be able to bear hundredfold fruit in God’s Kingdom.
What is our aim?
Evangelization. Building the Kingdom of the Lord with all kinds of means that are available for us (e.g. teaching, public evangelizing events, media, retreats, praising with music, concerts, intercession, etc).
The commandment of Jesus obligates us: ’Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, teaching them to obey everything that I commanded you.’ (Mt 28, 19).
We are living in an era when nothing and nobody keeps us from preaching the gospel to all the creatures. ’For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the children of God.’ (Rom 8,19). We have seen God’s acts in many people’s lives, as He transformed their pains and injuries with his merciful love and gave them a joyful new life. We believe that the most effective way of God’s presence in our world is through us, believers. We believe that He calls us to build His kingdom, the kingdom of love, with all our possible means, in unity with the Church.
According to the Word ’We cannot keep from speaking about what we have seen and heard.’ (Acts 4,20)
It’s time we made testimony about Him through our deeds, words and lives, because ’He desires everyone to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth.’ (1Tim 2,4)
We have regular meetings, once a week. Three times a month we have open meetings, and once a month we gather in small groups. We usually have praise, teaching, testimony and prayer ministry. The community has 50 committed members, and there are usually 70-80 people on our meetings. The members are from a lot of different areas of life, from all ages. We have only few teenagers, we haven’t been able to address them effectively yet.
Our webpage is: www.buzamag.ro (it is available only in Hungarian)