Khabarovsk Winter Trip 2017-2018

Dear friends, I greet you all with the love of Jesus Christ!

“Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor wisdom, in the grave, whither thou goest.” Ecclesiastes 9:10(KJV)

I would like to share briefly what God allowed us to do, with His help, this winter during the Christmas season.

Most of you know already that one of the regions of our ministry is the Far East of Russia, Khabarovsk Krai. That is where our team had the opportunity to visit 8 places with a Christmas program and the Gospel. These are the spots where people rarely want to go. The places we went are: villages of Pobeda (Victory), Novokurovka, Ulika National, Vanino, Molodezhniy, Zaozernoe, city of Amursk, and a shelter in Khabarovsk city.

Some of these places have houses of prayer(church building), but there aren’t many people that go there. For example, the city of Amursk, with a population of about 45,000 people, has 20 people in their local church. But some of these places don’t even have a church building.

This winter we also had the opportunity to buy and deliver some construction materials to the village of Pobeda. We’ve had this project planned for a while, and now God has blessed us with finances for this project so that we could remodel that little house where our Christian brothers and sister gather. There are several of them there, and God is still inviting more. Please pray that we would be able to do the remodeling work this summer. Also for the summer day camps that will be conducted during which the villagers will hear the message of salvation.

I would like to thank everyone who supports our ministry through prayer and also finances. We sincerely thank those who regularly support our nonprofit, because we sometimes get the opportunity to take on more projects, praise Jesus.

You can find out more about us, and what we do, by navigating through this website.

Again we would like to thank everyone, and many blessings to you all.

Below are a few pictures from the trip, but you can see more here.

-Edward Malanchuk

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