November 27—Thanksgiving Day: As we celebrate today, join us in giving thanks for the many blessings God has given to us throughout this past year. Therefore I will give thanks to You among the nations, O Lord, and I will sing praises to Your name (Psalm 18:49).
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November 26th, 2014
As we celebrate Thanksgiving Day with family and friends, our hearts are full to overflowing with praise and thanks to our faithful God and Father! As I look back and ponder all that He has done across the lands of Russia through your prayers and your generous partnership, I stand amazed and humbled at all that has been accomplished for His glory. [READ MORE]
November 24th, 2014
SGA's Eric Mock recently returned from a fruitful ministry visit to Ukraine and Central Asia. We trust you'll be blessed as you read his eye-witness account of how God is at work through the power of the Gospel. [READ MORE]
November 13th, 2014
October 30 was a special day for the church in the Russian city of Tambov. As part of the SGA-sponsored Antioch Initiative, a total of 13 students graduated from their 16th training course, bringing the total of Antioch graduates from all locations across Russia to 162. [READ MORE]
November 12th, 2014
The Reach of SGA-Sponsored Compassion Ministry Severe poverty is nothing new to individuals and families living in the former Soviet nations of Central Asia. And seeing it first hand can be a life-changing experience. Recently, Eric Mock, who serves as SGA vice president of ministry operations, traveled through Central Asia to visit faithful SGA-sponsored missionary […] [READ MORE]
November 10th, 2014
Last week, SGA partners helped sponsor one of the most important events for evangelical churches since the Soviet collapse in 1991. SGA president Dr. Bob Provost organized and held a Biblical Inerrancy Retreat in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev—inviting key seminary and Bible institute leaders from Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, and Israel. The keynote […] [READ MORE]
November 3rd, 2014
On October 26, Ukrainians went to the polls and elected a new parliament, although the separatist regions in the east ignored the results and went ahead with their own election on Sunday, November 2. The election didn’t garner much attention in U.S. media, but something remarkable has again taken place. Four evangelical Baptists were elected to the parliament, and pro-Western parties now hold the majority. [READ MORE]