Interdenominational fasting united Christians from 34 cities of Russia

In Russia

ADLER (RUSSIA) – Another interdenominational fasting for Russia organized by the “Unity” movement took place in Adler on January 4th through 6th. 300 ministers and members of churches affiliating the largest Pentecostal Associations: The Russian church of Christians of Evangelical Faith and The Russian Associated Union of Christians of Evangelical Faith (Pentecostals), and also representatives of other protestant associations gathered for prayer and fast and fellowship.

Participants from fifty churches from 34 cities and towns of the southern part of Russia took part in the event. During three days Christians were fasting, praying for Russia, listening to the sermons and fellowshipping. One of the largest groups was from the city of Rostov-On-Don and the area. Representatives of Rostov’s Christ the Savior Church were active participants of the fasting, were preaching, ministering by their musical and dancing talents.

– For many years we’ve been supporting the “Unity” movement projects and personally interacting with the founder, Rafael Gurdzybaev, – says the head of the family ministry department of the Russian church of Christians of Evangelical faith, bishop, senior pastor of the Christ the Savior Church Vladimir Khvalov. – I’m happy that this year about 60 people from our church and other churches of Rostov and the area were able to take part in the fasting. Also about 50 people were fasting at the same time at our church in Rostov. This is a good beginning of the new year, and we believe that the Lord with answer our prayers in some special way.

Media ministry of the Christ the Savior Church, Rostov-On-Don – www.hristos.ru

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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