Preparing servant leaders for ministry in the Wesleyan tradition and transforming Russian society
Describe the need affecting community
A person, who seeks to become a pastor in Russia, or anywhere in all of Eurasia, faces a huge uphill struggle. Answering the call of God to pastoral ministry often means stepping outside the cultural norm in a community that has been agnostic. Answering the call of God to pastoral ministry often means a large decline in earnings and a large sacrifice to attend the Seminary.
How will this Advance project help to address the need?
This project is an annual campaign to raise financial support, so that a student can respond to the call from God for pastoral ministry.
Describe the primary goal of the project
To raise annual financial support so that a student can respond to the call from God for pastoral ministry.
Describe the change you would like to see in the community as a result of this Advance project
More US donors are aware of the challenges and achievements of the Moscow seminary, its students and faculty.