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Sunday, October 16, 2005


Tonight we will take the overnight train to Moscow and then tomorrow take a 2 hour flight to Sochi, a town in Southern Russia, located on the Black Sea.

We will be attending the first Russia Foursquare Conference for pastors and leaders. We expect about 50 people to attend including pastors and leaders from as far away as the Sakalin Islands, near Japan, Novosibirsk, a large city in Siberia, Chelyabinsk, a large city in the southern Ural mountains, Krasnodar in Southwest Russia, our city Nizhny Novgorod and several other locations.

We will be taking four Russian believers to the conference. Eduard Galyanov and Vadim Salovov, as well as Igor and Olga Voronin, Pastors of the church Loza (the Vine), which we attend.

Eduard and Vadim are the two brothers who will be planting a Foursquare Church in Zavolzha. Igor and Olga, are good friends, great pastors and leaders who are interested in the Foursquare movement in Russia.

The conference will run from Monday evening till Wednesday evening. We will be out of email and computer access for the entire week (unless we are able to go to a computer cafe), so we will update this blog sometime after the 22nd.

Keep us in your prayers as we will be near the areas of Russia that have been having much terrorist activity. Last week Muslim terrorists attacked a city called Nal'Chik, and about 100 people were killed in total.

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