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Sunday, May 28, 2006

An English Party

June 1 is the official last day of school in Russia. As in America, toward the end of the school year, Russian schools plan special programs to celebrate the things the students have learned. Our language teacher, Sveta, has two young girls, Katya and Natasha. Both girls have been studying English since the second grade. We were invited to attend the end of year program at their school which was called An English Party.
All the young pupils participated in skits which featured the English grammar and stories they had learned through the year. It was a lot of fun and we felt privileged to be asked to attend and participate in this family's life.
Above Picture: Katya Kuzmenava

Sveta Kuzmenava and Daughters

As you read this article and enjoy the photos please take time to pray for the children of Russia. Our city has about 500,000 people below the age of 16. There are about 20 churches here where young people could hear the Gospel. There are few Christian books available, hardly any Christian TV programming and radio. We estimate that less than 500 children in our city attend a church where the Gospel is preached clearly. Please pray that the Lord of the harvest will send laborers into the harvest.

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