Celebrating Russian Christmas in Ryazan

We praise God for the children who went forward for prayer to accept Christ as their Savior.

On January 7 (Russian Christmas), the Central Church in Ryazan held two services. One was a Christmas service for adults, and the second service was an Immanuel’s Child outreach for children. Ninety percent of the children were from non-believing families. The church youth and believers prepared a good puppet play with a clear message about the true meaning of Christmas and its meaning for mankind. Many non-believing parents were very attentive listeners and active participants of the outreach, helping their children with quests, games and other activities. After all activities were over, a young minister invited children and adults to receive Christ as their Savior, and a group of nine children went forward!

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Celebrating Russian Christmas in Ryazan

We praise God for the children who went forward for prayer to accept Christ as their Savior.

On January 7 (Russian Christmas), the Central Church in Ryazan held two services. One was a Christmas service for adults, and the second service was an Immanuel’s Child outreach for children. Ninety percent of the children were from non-believing families. The church youth and believers prepared a good puppet play with a clear message about the true meaning of Christmas and its meaning for mankind. Many non-believing parents were very attentive listeners and active participants of the outreach, helping their children with quests, games and other activities. After all activities were over, a young minister invited children and adults to receive Christ as their Savior, and a group of nine children went forward!

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