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According to media reports, an unknown gunman opened fire in Perm State University, killing and injuring many people.

Eduard Grabovenko, Head Bishop of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith and lead pastor of the New Testament Church in Perm, expressed condolences to the families and friends of those killed in the shooting at Perm State University.

On the 7th of June, Anna Grabovenko, the mother of the Head Bishop of the Pentecostal Union of Russia Eduard Grabovenko passed away at the age of 88. 

Dear Friends,

On behalf of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith we wish you Happy Easter! On the Resurrection Sunday we would like to extend special blessings to you from Russia.

The elections were held at a meeting of the Council of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith Pentecostals on October 9, 2020. Eduard Grabovenko received an unprecedentedly high number of votes: 99%.

On May 19, Christian apologist and evangelist Ravi Zacharias went to be with the Lord. He was 74 years old.

Beloved,

Christ has Risen! At this time of uncertainty His Resurrection is our renewed hope in all the challenges we are facing. By God’s grace we will fulfill His calling for this time. Let us rejoice and celebrate the miracle and triumph of Christ’s resurrection.

On behalf of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith we wish you all Merry Christmas! 

MOSCOW – National Conference of Evangelical Faith Christians will be held in Moscow on May 9th through 11th, 2019. The National Conference is being held every year by the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith. This year it is organized by the two major Pentecostal Unions of Russia.

Beloved! Easter Greetings to you!

At this special time when we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, we wish you abundant God’s blessings. May the mercy, grace and love of the Risen Christ be with you and your loved ones. 

MOSCOW, Feb. 6 – With great sorrow we heard about Brother Ossie Mills going Home to be with the Lord. On behalf of myself and on behalf of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith I would like to offer our deepest condolences to family and friends. 

KIEV (UKRAINE) – The elections were held in Kiev on September 26 during the Conference of the International Assembly of Christians of Evangelical Faith.

The Assembly’s leadership is elected every two years. Before 2014, the incumbent president at the end of the term authorized the vice-president to become president, and a new vice-president was elected from members of the Assembly Committee by rotation principle. Since 2014, the president is elected by secret ballot, vice president and secretary — openly.

Voting on the evening of September 26 showed that of two candidates nominated for the Assembly president, the Head Bishop of the Russian Church of Evangelical Christians Eduard Grabovenko received 18 of 26 Committee members votes. Eight members voted for bishop of Evangelical Faith Christians Union of Moldova Viktor Pavlovsky.

Bishop of the United Slavic Pentecostal Fellowship (eastern part of the USA) Victor Limonchenko was elected Vice-president, First Deputy Bishop of the Evangelical Christians Union of Lithuania Ivanas Shkulis remained Secretary. Members of the Committee prayed blessings on the new leadership.

Bishop Eduard Grabovenko thanked brothers for their trust and support. This new responsibility — coordination of the International Assembly's work — he will combine with the ministry of the pastor of the New Testament Church in Perm and the head of the Russian Church.

The International Assembly of Christians of the Evangelical Faith unites 18 Pentecostal Unions and churches from 14 countries in Europe, Asia, the United States and Canada with a total of 7,200 churches and groups.

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Head Bishop Edward Grabovenko on behalf of the Russian Church of Christians of Evangelical Faith expressed deepest condolences to Senior Pastor of YFGC Lee Young Hoon. In his letter Bishop Grabovenko wrote,

"We heard about your mother going Home to be with the Lord. For every Christian it is a great blessing and a gain to be with our Lord and Savior, to find joy and comfort in His loving hands in Heaven. However we, those who are still in this world, feel loss when our loved ones die.

Our prayer is for God to comfort your heart and for the peace that only comes from our Lord to reside in and around your entire family this season. Great is your mother's reward for her labor of raising a godly man".

On March 4, Sun Sil-Kim joined her late husband Lee Kyeongsun, elder of the church. Pastor Lee is their second oldest of four sons and one daughter.

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