I loved traveling by trains all over Germany this summer – it was fast, comfortable, and cheap! Let’s see if I can do the same in December across Central Russia. My upcoming trip will include St. Petersburg, and cities within a five-hour travel distance from Moscow: Bryansk, Yaroslavl, Rybinsk, and Kolomna.
As always, I will be teaching to a variety of audiences: clergy and seminarians, teachers and college students, Christian leaders, and open audiences. Some of them I have met before, and we’ll continue the studies and trainings from where we left them at our previous sessions. Most of my audiences, however, will be absolutely new, and I can’t wait to present them with the material on a variety of my topics, including: FaithSearch Discovery, Intro to Christian Pedagogy, Communications and Missions, Teaching of Christian Values in Russian Public Schools, etc.
On this trip, I will also introduce a new class called “Forty-Six Arguments for the Existence of God” which I have just developed and only taught once previously, and that was online. The demand for this topic seems to be extremely high, and I am looking forward to the feedback from this seminar participants that will help me to make it better and more effective.