Roman Bible

Dozens of small churches and even historical ones undertake pastorship for the Roma in Hungary, converting the poor, for whom often the only ray of hope is faith. More than eighty percent of the Roma who found faith mostly following the regime change attend charismatic congregations. The Pentecostal-Charismatic Movement is one of the most dynamically evolving Christian movements in developing countries. Typically popular in slums and poor neighbourhoods, the success of the movement lies, in the fact that they believe that the holy spirit can take effect through everybody.