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Two new books in russian

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Screenshot 2015-11-11 10.21.32The second volume in the “Recovering the Gospel” series, entitled The Gospel Call and True Conversion, has been translated into Russian. Multiple copies have just been printed in Belarus by the Evangelical publishing house, Gospel and Reformation. They are diligently working to complete ... Keep Reading

Striving to live worthy of the Gospel

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

By Dimitry R. Dimitry planted a church in the city of Yekaterinburg, Siberia, Russia, in 2010. He continues laboring as their pastor there along with his young family. Dimitry graduated from the Samara Center for Biblical Training and is a part of their fellowship of pastors. He is regarded as being an exceptional preacher and teacher of the Word of God. HeartCry began supporting Dimitry in February of 2012. Iam glad to write to you once again about how the Lord continues His work in our small... Keep Reading

Biblical Church Leadership

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

By Eugene M. Eugene is a graduate of the Samara Center for Biblical Training. He is pastor of a church in Isil’kul, Siberia, Russia. HeartCry began supporting Eugene in October of 2012. He is married and has four sons. I greet you, my friends, in the love of Jesus! Last month, a man in our church named Sergey was ordained to the pastoral ministry and chosen to work with me as a fellow elder in our church. We rented a café building for this special event. We sang songs, and then I ... Keep Reading

Ministry update and plans to move south

Posted November 11, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

By Bakhid N. Bakhid is pastor of a church in Northern Kazakhstan. He is a graduate of the Samara Center for Biblical Training and is a part of their fellowship of pastors. In addition to his regular preaching activities, Bakhid is also very active in evangelism among the Muslim Kazakhs in his area, who make up the majority of the population. Due to new government laws and regulations, Christians in Kazakhstan are now losing their religious freedom. NEWS FROM OUR FAMILY I thank you all for you... Keep Reading

A Blessing From God: New Resource In Russian

Posted June 3, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

The Russian translation efforts of HeartCry and the Belarussian publisher, “Gospel and Reformation,” continue to progress at a steady pace. HeartCry recently funded the translation and printing of the first volume in the “Recovering the Gospel” series, The Gospel’s Power and Message by Paul Washer. The books are now being circulated throughout Eurasia. The remaining two volumes in the series are currently in the translation process. There remains a great need for m... Keep Reading

Anatoly C. - New Missionary In Belarus

Posted June 3, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

HeartCry has begun to support a new missionary in Eurasia. Anatoly C. is a gifted pastor and translator in Belarus. Previously, he taught English at the Linguistic University in Minsk and is now working with “Gospel and Reformation” to translate much-needed theological resources into Russian. He is also currently taking classes by extension through Reformed Theological Seminary. Anatoly is married to Anya, and they have two children – Vita (daughter) and Vladislav (son). Anato... Keep Reading

Evangelism, a Stolen Car, and New Opportunities

Posted June 3, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Recently, HeartCry provided the necessary funds for missionary Eugene M. and his church in Isil’kul, Siberia, to rent an adequate meeting space that will enable them to conduct evangelistic meetings for the people in their city. In the following report, Eugene thanks HeartCry for this help. He also shares about the recent training on evangelism that he completed with the church and how the Lord miraculously provided opportunities for him to share Christ with the lost. Greetings to you, de... Keep Reading

The Church Makes Me Happy | Siberia

Posted March 18, 2015  by: Maxim Manakov |0 Comments

Maxim Manakov is an evangelist/church planter working in the Irkutsk region of Siberia. He is a part of the fellowship of pastors led by Sergey M. He is married to Vera, and they have one son. The grace of God has sustained us another month. God faithfully cares for us and has generously blessed us. For the most part, the blessing has come through the joy of service. Cheremkhovo The church in Cheremkhovo makes me happy. The people are showing genuine joy, enthusiasm, and attentiveness to the ... Keep Reading

Missionary In European Russia | Arseniy R.

Posted March 18, 2015  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

We have recently added another missionary in Russia! Arseniy R. and his young family live in St. Petersburg – the famous Russian city of about ten million people. He graduated from the Samara Center for Biblical Training (SCBT) in 2010; soon after, he returned to St. Petersburg – where he was raised – and began leading a Bible study and longing for the Lord to raise up a solid church. After some time, the Lord grew their number, and they sent a request to Samara for help in es... Keep Reading

The following report from our partners in Samara highlights the recent advancement of the Word of God through Bakhid N.’s influence and ministry in Kazakhstan. Bakhid is a graduate of Samara Center for Biblical Training (an extension of The Master’s Academy International), and he has been supported by HeartCry since 2012. We rejoice to see how the Lord is answering our specific prayers, namely, that He is opening doors for the Word and the Gospel to spread throughout Kazakhstan! Bak... Keep Reading

Missionary Report: Eugene M.

Posted July 10, 2014  by: Holden Barry |0 Comments

Eugene is a graduate of the Samara Center for Biblical Training. He is pastor of a church in Isil’kul, Russia. HeartCry began supporting Eugene in October of 2012. He is married and has four sons. In the following report, Eugene gives helpful insight into the difficulties in evangelism that the church faces in western Siberia. He also gives much encouragement by sharing how the Lord can provide opportunities to share the gospel with someone through the most unlikely of circumstances. Gree... Keep Reading

As I reflect on the recent conference in Samara, Russia, that Paul Washer and I attended, I am thankful for God’s faithfulness. It is evident that the Lord’s hand is upon the church and training center there and that He was also at work during our week-long trip. The first three days were devoted to an annual youth conference, followed by a day of meeting with the HeartCry missionaries. The trip concluded with two full days of training students and pastors. In total, Brother Paul pre... Keep Reading

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