Robert Cseh found a life of prosperity when he moved to the U.S. from his native country of Hungary, but God had other plans for him. He met a young Apostolic lady named Krisztina who was also from that Socialist country. She invited him to her church (Pastor Mark Huba) and that was his first experience with Pentecost. Soon after his conversion, it was clear that God was calling him into ministry and he was willing to serve in any capacity.
Prior to arriving on the mission field, Krisztina and Robert were involved in outreach ministry and teaching in the Bible school for six years in Upper Room Apostolic Church, New Port Richey, Florida. In 2017 they answered the call to missions and moved to Hungary as AIMers and later as Associate Missionaries.
Currently, the Cseh’s are the only resident missionaries in Hungary where Robert serves as assistant pastor in the Budapest church under missionary Michael Patterson. Children’s and worship ministries are Krisztina’s passions. The Cseh’s became fully appointed missionaries to Hungary in June of 2020 in order to fully pursue their call to evangelism and church planting throughout Hungary. Some of the target cities are Budapest, Bodjak, Eger and Komarom.