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I love this season in America by Denis Kozlov

19 November 2016 No Comment

A Russian orphan

Being a student of American culture, I am getting used to the rhythm of life of people living in small towns of the midwest. It seems like life is paced around big events like the Superbowl and holiday seasons.

I particularly like this season (Thanksgiving day and all the way through Christmas) for all the joyful anticipation that seems to be in the air. I like this time because for many it’s a season to reconnect with the family and people they care about. Many Christians count their blessings and express their gratefulness to God during this time.
I like the tradition of giving gifts to people you care about. It really makes you think and see how many precious people God has given you.

So in this issue of our newsletter, I would like to do two things in the spirit of the season. I would like to give you a small token gift, a little magnet for your fridge to remind you of Russian brothers and sisters. Also, I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude for the all the wonderful people that we partner with in Russia and for you, American Christians who are mindful of the mission work in Russia and who make this ministry possible. Your prayerful and financial support allows us to bring the lifechanging message of the gospel to so many people in Russia.

We thank God for your hearts!

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