Endorsements

The work of Mission Eurasia has a long and distinguished history of effective Kingdom work. I have followed with great interest and admiration their progressive adaptation to the changing landscape of Europe without compromising the changeless message of the gospel. I love the new name but love even more their ongoing passion for the advancement of Christ’s work in challenging environments.

Dr. Joseph Stowell,

President of Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan and former president of Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.

 

BMS (Baptist Missionary Society) has partnered with Mission Eurasia on various projects across the Russian-speaking world since 2010. BMS has always found the reporting system of Mission Eurasia to be regular and transparent, accounts processes to be robust, and their work to be effective in achieving social and spiritual change. Therefore, BMS is pleased to endorse Mission Eurasia to you.

Stephen Sanderson,

Team leader for mission projects, BMS World Mission, United Kingdom.

 

The burgeoning growth of the evangelical church worldwide is driving mission organizations to create more innovative and meaningful ways to provide biblically educated leaders. Mission Eurasia, formerly Russian Ministries, is in the forefront of this challenge.

Wendell G. Johnston, Th.D.

Retired Executive Vice President, Dallas Theological Seminary

 

We are so grateful for Mission Eurasia. They work together with our churches. We are especially blessed by their innovative and progressive approach in training young leaders in the church-planting movement. Their reach goes from the Arctic north to the south, from east to west, including such dangerous places as the Northern Caucasus and Chechnya.

Yuri Sipko

Former President, Union of Evangelical Christians-Baptists of Russia

 

I have known about Mission Eurasia (formerly Russian Ministries) for nearly 20 years.  It is an organization that I not only respect as a ministry, but one which I pray for and support.  I have had the privilege of getting to know the U.S. staff as well as members of their teams abroad.  Through frequent visits to their headquarters and many trips abroad, I’ve seen firsthand their heart for sharing the gospel and seeing young people not only grow in their faith, but use their talents and abilities to grow God’s church.  It is encouraging.  There are many ministries who are supporting the work of the indigenous church, but Mission Eurasia IS the indigenous church.  it’s a ministry that’s come full-circle.  Local Christians are coming to Christ, growing in their faith, reaching out and are now leading ministry into the 21st century.  Creatively, they reach out to those in need physically and spiritually, without sacrificing the gospel to do it.

Greg Yoder

Keys for Kids Ministries