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My itinerary this time includes some new regions like Kuzbass and the Republic of Mari El, as well as quite familiar places like Kaliningrad and, of course, Moscow. Some of my American ministry and family friends expressed a concern over so much travel at the time of the coronavirus, and even suggested that my conferences and lectures will be cancelled or poorly attended.
I hope, not. My local ministry partners would have not worked on setting them up if they knew or believed nobody is going to show up. If people are coming to hear the truth of Christ – who am I to even hesitate…
Having said that, I will definitely take all reasonable precautions and use sanitation measures every step of the way.
I will appreciate your prayers.