First Christian Woman in Yakutsk Serves Selflessly

While studying to be a scientist, a young student’s university professor found her new believer’s Bible. She was expelled from the university because of her faith and had to make a living as a janitor. Undeterred, she married and traveled to remote Yakutsk with her husband, where they became missionaries. She was the first Christian woman in the city.

“Jesus left much more to come to save us,” she says. Hear how this self-sacrificing couple are taking the Gospel to those in Siberia who had never heard.

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First Christian Woman in Yakutsk Serves Selflessly

While studying to be a scientist, a young student’s university professor found her new believer’s Bible. She was expelled from the university because of her faith and had to make a living as a janitor. Undeterred, she married and traveled to remote Yakutsk with her husband, where they became missionaries. She was the first Christian woman in the city.

“Jesus left much more to come to save us,” she says. Hear how this self-sacrificing couple are taking the Gospel to those in Siberia who had never heard.

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