East-West Church & Ministry Report
Vol. 4, No. 4, Fall 1996, Covering the Former Soviet Union and East Central Europe


News Notes

Representatives of five Evangelical organizations participated in the dedication of a new two-story ministry center on the south side of Moscow, 25 November 1996.  The new facility was underwritten by five partner organizations: The Association for Spiritual Renewal (Peter Deyneka Russian Ministries), New Life Bible College and Campus Crusade administration, the Russian-American Christian University, Russian Christian Radio (Earl Poysti), and Child Evangelism Fellowship.  Other groups with offices in the building are:  Missionary Aviation Fellowship, TRIAD Publishers, Conservative Baptists International, The CoMission, and East-West Ministries.  The Russian-American Christian University and New Life Bible College will jointly administer a library, and all groups will share a cafeteria.  The building is located at Ul. Namyotkina 3a, near Novye Cheryomuski Metro.

 

First-ever Russian Protestant Masters Program
Editor's Note:  A  unique cooperative program of advanced theological education for faculty of Protestant seminaries in the former Soviet Union culminated with the awarding of nine master of arts degrees at a conference on theological education, Kyiv, Ukraine, 12 September 1996.  Participating institutions were Odessa Theological Seminary, St. Petersburg Christian University, and Donetsk Christian University.  Following are the titles of the masters theses successfully defended at Kyiv.


News Notes, East-West Church & Ministry Report, 4 (Fall 1996), 14.

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1996 Institute for East-West Christian Studies
ISSN 1069-5664


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