Russia

Written by Drew on April 19th, 2006

I may have to put my blogging on hold for the next week or so as I am leaving for Russia tomorrow and won’t be back for ten days. I’ve set up a Russian internet account that I think I will be able to use, but until I get there, I won’t be sure if it will work.

This year I’m traveling with five other men to the village of Antipovka, where we started a congregation in 2001. Much of our efforts have depended on Andre Sozansky, the Russian preacher we support to work in that area. Antipovka is located to the south of Russia, in the Volgograd Region. It is an area where little evangelistic work is being done. While there we plan to conduct an evangelistic meeting at night and work on repairing the building where the church assembles during the day.

If I can get my internet account to work, I’ll be posting daily reports of our progress, along pictures we’ll be taking with a digital camera. If you don’t see any activity on this site for awhile, that means I have run into technical difficulties and can’t write my posts.

Keep giving me feedback on the name change. I probably won’t make the switch until I return, so that gives you plenty of time to weigh in.

 

3 Comments so far ↓

  1. andy says:

    Unbelievable! Some have abused your website during your absence. Who has time to read so many words? Not I. I’ll be glad when you get back home to Alabama from Russia.

  2. J-Train says:

    I am with you, Andy. So MANY words. The sad thing is they are just cutting and pasting, they don’t even take the time to formulate their own ideas! Ohh well, just one more reason I look forward to Drew’s return.

    -Joel

  3. The Berean Examiner says:

    Okay, I went over board with cutting and pasting so many words. Looking back on it. I made the same mistake of forwarding so many words to my elders and preachers.

    From now on, I will take the time to formulate my own ideas like I am doing now and I will try to keep it short and to the point.

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