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Russia is the world’s largest country, extending across nine time zones. The people are ethnically diverse, speaking roughly 100 indigenous languages. Gas, oil, timber, and agriculture are the mainstays.

Since the fall of the Iron Curtain, a new Christian infrastructure has been developing. Evangelical Christians are establishing new ministries in the region and ambitious church-planting movements are taking root.  Still, half of Russia’s people groups remain unreached, impacting over 13 million lives.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 142,470,272

Unreached: 13,091,000

Life Expectancy: 70 Years

Languages: Russian, 100 Indigenous Languages

UPCOMING Russia MISSION TRIPS

  • Moscow, Russia

    June 30, 2017 - July 8, 2017

    300,000 new churches are needed in Russia. Despite its centuries old familiarity with the gospel via the Russian Orthodox Church, less than 1% of the population of this vast nation attends any kind of Christian church. Read More ›

  • Abakan, Russia

    June 30, 2017 - July 23, 2017

    300,000 new churches are needed in Russia. Despite its centuries old familiarity with the gospel via the Russian Orthodox Church, less than 1% of the population of this vast nation attends any kind of Christian church. Read More ›

  • Kursk, Russia (RU17G)

    July 20-29, 2017

    Kursk, Russia, is the sight of the largest tank battle in the history of warefare. It is difficult to imagine, when gazing at the beautiful countryside…that during WWII, the casualties were in the 10's of thousands. Read More ›

  • Kursk, Russia - Medical Trip (RU17F)

    July 21-30, 2017

    This beautiful Region of Russia is the home of over two million people; and yet there are fewer than 40 evangelical churches reaching out to them. Our prayer is to see one church planted for every 1000 residents; and we believe that God is going to do it! Read More ›

  • Volgograd, Russia (RU17H)

    November 1-10, 2017

    Situated on the beautiful Volga River, this city of 1.2 million has only 1500 known Christ-followers in about 30 churches. Formerly called "Stalingrad," Volgograd was decimated during WWII by advancing, powerful German armies. Read More ›