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My ten-days-long stay in Moscow is almost over and I am taking a bullet-train back to St. Petersburg tomorrow night. Only three out of my seven events here were held in front of live audiences. The live events were also broadcast live to those who couldn’t (or wouldn’t) come for the risk of the pandemic. Most were wearing masks and even gloves, trying to keep a safe, sanitary distance between themselves.[Read more…]
It has been almost two full weeks on the road but it felt just like a couple of days! You know your life is exciting and eventful when “time flies like an arrow.”[Read more…]
Every trip is different. Some of the, however, are “differenter” than all of them. At least four times today I have heard or read that these are unprecedented times. I would agree. Conducting one of my four yearly teaching trips to Russia right now should qualify it for being the “differentest” one–so far.[Read more…]
Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
By Dr. Oleg Voskresensky,
FaithSearch Russian Evangelist
I am often asked for historical and archeological proofs of certain events and stories from the Bible while I am teaching classes on the “Historic Foundations of Christian Faith” in Russian public schools and state universities. It is one thing when the biblical text describes events from two or even four thousand years ago with details and descriptions that could only be known to an eyewitness or, at least, someone in the eyewitness generation.[Read more…]
All of my presentations for this trip have now canceled or switched to online starting on this Friday. I am doing my last presentation at Volokolamsk Diocese missions conference tonight and going straight to the airport from there in the morning.
I am so sorry that my teaching schedule was cut short this time! I will have to trust God to use these trying circumstances, as only He knows what is best.
The school in Kaliningrad, where I was scheduled to teach fourth and tenth grade students, even insisted that I come anyway–but I didn’t want them to get in trouble with authorities and, sadly, reset my visit with them to early May.
It was a very good couple of weeks anyway with teaching and training events in Moscow and Kuzbass. I will be back soon!
While in Moscow, I signed a contract with Prosveschenie Publishing House to write another public schools textbook on “Christian Culture” for the fifth grade this year. It will be something for me to do between the trips…
Please join me in praying for the people I was unable to see, that God will protect them and preserve them until I am able to return. Also please pray for my safe (and timely) return home, and for no health or travel complications.