Nakhodka, The Far East, Russia
My name is Eduard Ivanov. I’m 47. I’m married. My wife’s name is Svetlana. We have two kids. At present I’m a pastor of the Coram Deo Presbyterian Church in Novolitovsk in the Far East of Russia. Before I came to Christ... Read More
My name is Evgeniy Kruzhkov. I’m 33. I’m married and have three children. My wife’s name is Saule. My eldest daughter is twelve – her name is Adel. My son’s name is Slava – he is six. And my youngest... Read More
Kiril is the pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Kavalerovo, north of Vladivostok in the far east of Russia. He is 58 years old and came to Christ in 1990. Kiril and his wife Lyudmilahave two children and six grandchildren.... Read More
Romanovka, Primorskii kray, Russia
My name is Ruslan Moroz. I’m forty four. I have a wife, two kids and one grandson. My wife’s name is Olga, she is forty four. She works in a bank. Our daughter’s name is Yana, she is twenty two.... Read More
I am 38 years old. I have been a Christian for 20 years already. In November 1991, God called me to faith by the testimony about His Only Son from one brother in Christ. I became a member of the... Read More
The Keys of the Kingdom
Jesus gave the keys of the Kingdom to leaders of the church, promising universal victory to His Church (Matt. 16:18).
In Acts the pattern of church planting indicates that the churches sent men across cultural and national borders to nourish weaker churches and establish new ones (Acts 11-15).
Therefore, it is local churches which are to take the initiative and responsibility in preaching the Gospel to all creation and sending missionaries to plant churches to the ends of the earth.
Christ the King Church
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