[20 Jan 2018 | No Comment | ]
Looking back on 2017 and forward to 2018 by Nadia Stagneeva.

2017 was blessed and full of miracles! It began with our ministry in orphanages as we presented a play. 250 people come out and each received a Christmas gift from our church.
We also started 2017 with a Bible class for those who wanted to be involved in church ministry. My husband, Sergey, trained ten people, and they began serving in the church immediately after they graduated. Every year, our team grows, and it is a great blessing because we have two daughter churches and those church-plants are growing!
In April we …

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[27 Dec 2017 | No Comment | ]
Miracle Words by Rick Ives

2017 has been an amazing year for Russians Reaching Russians (RRR) as we see more new doors opening to us than ever before. This was abundantly evident during our recent trip. While in Kaliningrad, we met an Armenian Pastor named Stepan who has invited us back to do First Steps Discipleship training for his church. The people we went to Kaliningrad to train are also asking for us to go back.
In Saint Petersburg, we met the Head Bishop of all the Assemblies of God churches in Russia to plan future …

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[25 Nov 2017 | No Comment | ]
One church in two locations by Igor Sokolov

Saint Petersburg has a population of 7 million people and it continues to grow. Many move to Saint Petersburg trying to make it their home, and many consider themselves believers, but the reality is that only 0.5% are born-again Christians. Russian laws regulating and restricting freedom to preach the gospel have become stricter, compelling us to look for creative ways to preach the gospel and spread the kingdom of God in the face of repressive conditions. The great news is that people continue to come to the Lord.
Recently, we have …

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[28 Oct 2017 | No Comment | ]
New Doors Opening:  by Denis Kozlov

 
As you read this article, would you consider a financial contribution to help Russians Reaching Russians (RRR) in this important work in Russia?
The New Testament speaks of Jesus as the One who “opens doors that no one will shut . . . .” (Rev. 3:7). Looking at political developments, one might think that doors of opportunity for the public proclamation of the gospel are closing on every side. It may be true in many instances, but the doors for ministry in Russia not only remain open, but the Lord continues …