God at Work in Russia

June 20, 2017 • Russian

Vadim is a young Russian journalist living in Yekaterinberg, Russia. He spends his free time in the company of friends, some of whom are Christians. Two years ago these Christian friends invited him to attend a ministry conference hosted by the Back to God Ministries Russian outreach in Yekaterinberg. Because...

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Outreach Reaches Struggling Youth

June 19, 2017 • Russian

Yulia is a high school senior in Kiev, Ukraine. She grew up in a Christian family, but drifted away from the faith. During this time she struggled to find direction for her life. Yulia’s friends from her parents’ church didn’t give up on her. They learned about some videos produced...

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Christmas Around the World

December 06, 2016 • All, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian

What does Christmas mean to people in other countries? ReFrame Ministries serves a widely diverse cultural audience. Our indigenous ministry leaders shared some of the traditions and challenges of celebrating Christ’s birth in the places they serve. In China, Christmas is about the magical power of love and peace. Friends...

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12,000 Young People Respond to the Gospel in Ukraine

October 19, 2016 • Russian

11 Cities. 39,000 participants. More than 12,000 responses. “As I held in my hand the response cards of the thousands of young people who responded to the Gospel message, I was humbled by God’s power,” reflects ReFrame Ministries (BTGMI) Russian ministry leader Rev. Sergei Sosedkin. “Each card represents a real...

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Finding God's Forgiveness

April 25, 2016 • Russian

According to tradition in the Eastern Orthodox Church, this year people will celebrate Easter on May 1. Part of the tradition includes Forgiveness Sunday early in the Lenten season. In Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus, this holiday is observed even by those who are non-religious, somewhat as a formal tradition with...

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Open Hearts and Homes to Refugees in Ukraine

January 06, 2016 • Russian

Natalia Bradarsky opened her home to Ukrainian refugees after experiencing incredible loss in her own life. Her husband Victor was murdered because of his faith. On Pentecost Day 2014 rebels entered the church in Slavyansk, Ukraine and abducted four worshippers, including Victor, a local Christian broadcaster. One month later Natalia...

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We’re Live and On Air

June 24, 2015 • Russian

Alexey lives in Moscow and like many residents he listens to talk radio. In the past he’s enjoyed calling in to programs to challenge the hosts. “I wanted to get the best out of them,” he claims. Listeners and broadcasters alike welcome this type of caller. At a time when...

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From Under the Covers to Turning the Pages

May 11, 2015 • Russian

Until recently, Andrey had trouble getting out of bed in the morning. But something happened, and now Andrey, a husband, father, and construction worker in Ukraine, wakes up even earlier than his family and job require. What is his new found reason for getting out from under the covers? A...

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