3rd Quarter 2014

Real Christians, Part 1

After overcoming some challenging visa problems, Anna arrived in New York on January 24, 2013, and immediately joined the other 13 young adults representing all divisions and attached fields of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Read Story

Real Christians, Part 2

When I was in New York, I was dreaming about coming back home and doing something really special,” Anna recalled. “I was so inspired in New York, and began praying about what could be done in ESD.” Read Story

Saved by the Sabbath

Andre wondered what could be so special about this church that would make Pavel choose to go there rather than to the air show. Read Story

Hungry for the Word, Part 1

“My son,” she asked, looking straight into my eyes, “would you be willing to be hungry for two weeks, but have a Bible instead?” Without flinching I told her, “Yes.” Read Story

Hungry for the Word, Part 2

Vladimir grew up alone with his mother. At the age of 13 he was willing to live for two weeks without food so they could afford to buy a Bible. Read Story

From Mafia Men to God's Messengers, Part 1

Although his grandfather was an imam, and many other relatives were devout in their faith, Igor himself had a very secular childhood. Excelling in sports, he soon became a leader, respected—and feared—by the other boys on the street. Read Story

From Mafia Men to God's Messengers, Part 2

People who wanted to ruin this company recognized that Vasily was a key player in winning the big contracts, and because he was an obstacle to their goal, they had tried to kill him—twice. Read Story

Friends Tell Friends

“All of my friends know about my faith but at times it is difficult to share, because some people don’t want to listen. And it can be especially difficult here in Tatarstan to tell people about Jesus Christ.” Read Story

Find the Book

“During my first visit to an Adventist church,” recalled Gahida, “the sermon was about the Samaritan woman in John 4. I knew it was me—I was like that Samaritan woman who was searching for something better. Read Story

From Cigarettes to Castles, Part 1

I tried everything to quit smoking—down to one cigarette a day, eating candies, chewing gum . . . but nothing worked. Finally I prayed honestly to God, asking Him, “Lord, please take it away from me.” And in a miraculous way He did. Read Story

From Cigarettes to Castles, Part 2

When I was planning to be baptized, my sisters told me that I should ask my parents for forgiveness. Both of my parents were crying with happiness. And that’s when I realized that you can have all sorts of victories with God. Read Story

Saved in the Sky

So now I had two proposals. I seriously considered accepting one of these offers, even though it would mean renouncing my faith in God and becoming a Communist. Read Story

Thirteenth Sabbath Program

The Euro-Asia Division includes the countries of Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan. Most of these countries were part of the former Soviet Union, which for 70 years restricted religious freedom. Read Story
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