Denver - Colorado - USA

I am debtor both to the Greeks, and to the Barbarians; both to the wise, and to the unwise.

Anatoliy Odnoral
  My name is Anatoliy Odnoralov. I was born to a big family; my parents had thirteen children. It was a close-knit family, where we learned to see life difficulties and to support each other, especially when my father was killed in 1982. I'm married; my wife's name is Natasha, and we have and raise four children - one daughter and three sons. We lived in the North Caucasus, the Karachayev-Cherkess Autonomous Republic the last seven years before leaving for the U.S. We have lived and worked in the state of Colorado since 1993.>>>>>>>>>


Elena Kotler

  I spent the first 34 years of my life in Saratov, a city on the Volga river in central Russia, where my family moved shortly after my birth in Ussuriisk in far eastern Russia. My mother was a Ph.D. who worked in higher education and my father a dental specialist. I had a happy childhood, dearly loved by my parents, grandmother and older brother. We were a Jewish family, but did not practice Judaism in our home.>>>>>>>>>


Alla Solodova

      Born and raised in Ukraine, I graduated from The Odessa Bible College in 1993. I was directly involved in the project (first on the post-Soviet territory) of developing and publishing a complete series of Bible Study programs in Russian, written by domestic authors. Many of them were translated into the languages of the former Soviet republics and have been successfully used up to now.
     In 2008 I started active ministry at the HOPE Inter >>>>>>>>>




And the things that thou hast heard of me among many witnesses, the same commit thou to faithful men, who shall be able to teach others also.
2 Timothy 2:2



Heavenly Father, please nurture the seed that has been sowed so that the people who have heard your Word could be revived by It, and thereby Lord Jesus would be glorified! Amen.

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