[28 Sep 2016 | No Comment | ]
If They Could Go Through That, I Can Too by Vladimir Osipov

I invite you to share in the joy of celebrating 25 years of service to Christians and churches in Russia! Each ministry trip American Christians have taken to Russia has brought encouragement to our emerging Christian leaders. As we began our ministry work, we would often become discouraged, but then our American brothers and sisters would visit to encourage and pray with us. We would observe them–people who were in ministry much longer than we–and be encouraged by their example. It was so good to hear about the impact of …

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[29 Sep 2016 | No Comment | ]
True Freedom of the Heart by Sergey Sazhienko


 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus!
 My name is Pastor Sergei Sazhieyenko and I live in the city of Suoyarvi in the region of Karelia. I thank God for the opportunity to write and thank you for your support for our Russian churches and ministers. Your faithfulness to minister the Gospel in Russia for more than 25 years has served our people well.
 I became a Christian in 1992 soon after the communist regime fell and freedom of religion was afforded to Russians after 70 years of atheistic rule. The gospel …

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[25 Aug 2016 | No Comment | ]
We Shall Overcome by Igor Sokolov

Someone once said that the only constant in the world is change, and, perhaps, this is true. We are confronted with changes all the time. If we think back to how things were just one year ago, we can see how much change has occurred in the world and in our lives.Naturally, we want the changes we experience to be positive, but, as we well know, that is not always the case. What shall we do? The answer is straightforward: We need to learn to live in the midst of …

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[19 Jul 2016 | No Comment | ]
Impending Persecution by Ray Willis

In 1991, Russia passed a constitutional amendment to provide for the freedom of religious expression as well as the freedom of conscience. In the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union, these freedoms were heartily embraced by the Russian people who were experiencing a crisis of worldview brought on by political, economic, and cultural upheaval. In 1997, another amendment was passed to revoke much of the freedoms granted by the 1991 amendment. The change in law was instigated by the fast-growing anti-cult movement in Russia who perceived emerging, non-traditional …