2017 HM in Moscow...
This History Makers Journey had two groups of participants: a group for hearing-impaired people and a hearing group. The passion and devotion of those hearing-impaired was very visible even from a distance. The other group consisted of young leaders from different churches in Moscow. Both groups were in the same territory. It was an honour to be able to participate in this Journey with all these young passionate leaders. One of the blessings and strengths of History Makers is the opportunity to unite people from different congregations and show that the things that unite us are far greater than our minor differences - and this is what I saw here. I believe that what has been sown into the hearts of the participants will greatly bless the body of Christ in Russia and this nation. (Alex)
"I realised that I need to re-evaluate many things in my life: define my vision more accurately and in connection with this, build my priorities more specifically." (Svetlana, HM Moscow 2017)
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2016 HM in Tomsk...
Our HM Champion, Rob, writes...
“Attendees from as far away as 5000 km to the west and nearly 3800 km to the east gathered together in the forest of one of Siberia’s oldest cities.
Passion was renewed in all who came. Strategic vision and connections were made by many who attended. The hearts of leaders were made aware of the plight of orphans in their nation to the point that at least one new ministry was born and the commitment to aid those ministering to orphans was stated out loud.
All agreed the next 90 days will be key and core to seeing what more God wants to do beyond our week together. If the first two weeks after our journey are indicative of the future ahead of us then many will come to know the Lord and many will be matured as his children as a result of our time together."
Tomsk 2016 testimonies...
“I’m older than everyone else who came, but I’m as passionate as anyone else who came. I will change history while I still live and now I believe I will keep changing history even after I pass away.” Nina
“This met me at a time in my life when I wondered if anything could arouse fire in my soul. Thank you History Makers for coming and thank you for including me.” Nastia
“This was like the coldest water on the thirstiest tongue. I’m ready to return home and share my ministry with others by training others to carry the burden with me.” Max
2016 HM in Moscow...
Russia in February! Plenty of snow as 30 leaders gathered for History Makers just outside of Moscow. The group included 12 key leaders from the Russian Baptist Deaf Church, who, led by the Bishop, had a very clear strategy for how they will multiply the training in the days ahead. The plan is for History Makers to form a central plank in their national leadership/discipleship training. Praise God for such clear vision!
"Something changed at History Makers. The young people now believe they can do something. They want to do something. They are ready to do something"