MOSCOW – The first class of the Moscow Missionary Center had its graduation on June 28. The first year of training is over, the graduates will move to practical work: open a new church in Moscow and help other churches in the area to open new ministries.
Throughout the school year students have been participating in the ministry of the New Testament Church in Moscow, evangelizing and preparing for the opening of a new church. They studied the Bible, prayed and learned how to work as a team. They adopted experience of bishops, pastors, and ministers of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith/Pentecostals.
Head Bishop of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith/Pentecostals Eduard Grabovenko, speaking about plans of opening a new church by graduates of the Moscow Missionary Center, expressed confidence that “God's plan for Moscow is to have a church in every district, so that people could worship God within walking distance”.
“If you are young, and you set high goals in life, you want to do God's will, then the Moscow Missionary Center is for you. We will help you learn God's will for your life, get answers to your questions, dedicate yourself to ministry. We will do everything we can to get you into God's purpose by doing His will on this earth,” said Bishop Grabovenko, addressing the youth.
The Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith/Pentecostals