Report: Ministering Among Jews In Russia

  A rush to join the Pesach event in St. Petersburg When restrictions for gatherings came into effect in many countries more than a year ago, we were also unable to organize events commemorating biblically-based celebrations locally. With restrictions easing up and the opportunity to once again arrange gatherings, the GCMM Israel ministry team decided…

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Reaching Siberia’s Unreached Millions With The Gospel

Pastors in Central and Eastern Siberia and Russia’s far east express their gratitude for the literature they have received. The latest printing fell short of the demand for New Testaments. This year GCMM will seek to provide another 750,000 copies of the  New Testament and the Gospel of John. Below is response based on the…

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RUSSIA: Alexey Navalny Speaks Of His Newfound Faith In God

A leadership conference of 1,000 pastors in Moscow in May 2014. The pastors were deeply concerned about the worsening situation regarding religous freedom in Russia. Recently, 74 pastors were tried under the law on

Russia’s ongoing crackdown on religious minorities, missionaries, and evangelists has earned it a spot among the worst countries in the world for religious freedom.

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Massive Response In Calcutta, India

As you may remember, GCMM conducted a historic mega-city media in Calcutta, India ending in January 2018. At the beginning of this year, we received an update from Mahesh our campaign manager. The following are a few highlights from Mahesh’s report: “We are very thankful to God for this unprecedented “Power to Change” campaign in…

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RUSSIA: Churches Plead For More Bibles, New Testaments, Other Evangelism Literature

A leadership conference of 1,000 pastors in Moscow in May 2014. The pastors were deeply concerned about the worsening situation regarding religous freedom in Russia. Recently, 74 pastors were tried under the law on

Russia’s ongoing crackdown on religious minorities, missionaries, and evangelists has earned it a spot among the worst countries in the world for religious freedom.

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