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Eurasia Blog

A New Ministry Tool in Siberia

Posted November 18, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

HeartCry has just provided a much-needed 4X4 vehicle for the missionaries in the Irkutsk region. These men travel thousands of miles every month taking the gospel to cities and villages that are otherwise cut-off from the gospel and have no church among them. They also make regular visits to the smaller churches that they have planted in the surrounding area. They do this in order to encourage the pastors of these churches, provide the people with good books and resources, and help them to evang... Keep Reading

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Tags: Siberia, Eurasia, Ministry Tools

Recent Projects

Posted November 12, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Recently, the Lord has enabled HeartCry to provide for various projects within Eurasia: TranslationIn Belarus, we are in the middle of funding a project to print 1,000 Russian copies of Systematic Theology, by Louis Berkhof. Also, we have just sent over the remaining funds for the translation of The Church, by Edmond Clowney, which is the 2nd book in the Contours of Christian Theology series that has been translated into Russian. Next in line for translation in the series is The Providence of G... Keep Reading

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Tags: Eurasia, Projects

Eugene M. - Update

Posted November 8, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Greetings friends! Recently, I finished preaching through the gospel of John. Now I’m going to preach through the letters to the Corinthians. Sergey (another elder of the church) is finishing up preaching on Romans. Since we had started Bible school over again, and plus I have to teach counseling, we agreed to take turns and preach every other Sunday.... Keep Reading

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Tags: Russia, Siberia, Eurasia

Indigenous Training in Belarus - Slava

Posted November 1, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Here is a brief update on our work here: 1. Berkhof Recently, we submitted Berkhof's Systematic Theology (in Russian) for printing. The printer has enough time before Christmas to do his work so there is a chance that the book will come off the press by the end of 2013. But more realistically it will be printed sometime in January 2014.  2. Training The Summer School of Theology (training conference for pastors) that we had last June went so well that we decided to continue teaching our... Keep Reading

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Tags: Belarus, Eurasia, Training

Quality Biblical Resources in Russian

Posted October 25, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

HeartCry has been working with the Samara Center for Biblical Training in Samara, Russia for a few years now. We are grateful for the work that they do in training Russian pastors to lead the church and take the gospel to the multitudes of lost people there. SCBT has created a website full of biblically sound resources (sermons, articles, etc.) called Propovedi.ru which is an online resource designed to glorify the Triune God through the provision of quality biblical material for Russian p... Keep Reading

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Andrey G. - Living Out the Gospel

Posted October 21, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Greetings! In a short form I would like to share with you how the Lord Jesus has been leading Liana (my wife) and me in this past month. I have been preaching from the gospel of John throughout the first half of September. On September 15th we began teaching the second level of the Bible school for the church members and whoever else wishes to attend, all as planned. We began with Bibliology. Our main goal is to teach good practical theology to the church to help them form biblical convictions ... Keep Reading

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Tags: Russia, Siberia, Eurasia

Bakhid N. - Open Doors in Southern Kazakhstan

Posted October 15, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

On August 11th we had baptisms in our church. Two ladies were baptized. This event was a true celebration for our church. The church fulfilled the commandment of Christ by participating in communion, followed by a time of fellowship for the believers during lunch. We also had visitors from the church of Isil'kul (where Eugene M. pastors). There were also unbelievers who came to our event. At this time I am back to my regular responsibilities at church. I began preaching from chapter 31 of 2 Chr... Keep Reading

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Tags: Kazakhstan, Eurasia

A Somber Opportunity – Dimitry R. Update

Posted October 4, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

portrait-dimitryBy God's grace we are alive and continue our ministry. I am phrasing it this way because two weeks ago a young girl named Nastya died. She was a drug addict. I wrote about her in my previous reports (for example October, 2012). Nastya failed to become a part of the church despite all our efforts and prayers. I kno... Keep Reading

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Tags: Siberia, Eurasia, Eurasia Blog

UZBEKISTAN: Bibles Confiscated & Destroyed

Posted September 24, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

The following was reported about a week ago by Forum 18 News Service regarding Uzbekistan's enforcement of the "Religion Law".  ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------RELIGIOUS BOOKS "ONLY ALLOWED TO BE READ WITHIN REGISTERED RELIGIOUS COMMUNITIES' BUILDINGS" In two separate cases on the same day in August in Samarkand and Kashkadarya, fines on 20 religious believers for "illegal religi... Keep Reading

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Tags: Eurasia, Uzbekistan

Alexander S. - August Update

Posted September 20, 2013  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

profile_alexander_cWishing peace and grace to you the servants of the Lord. I thank God for the opportunity to serve Him; for the grace to preach the Word of God. Most of my time has been devoted to the study of the Bible and preparing sermons. Each week I preach twice on the Sunday services, as well as on prayer meetings on Fridays. This month, I s... Keep Reading

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Tags: Russia, Eurasia, European Russia

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