New Seminary Student Enrolled in the Missions Program

New Seminary Student Enrolled in the Missions Program

From the seminary’s desk…

Roman enrolled in the missions program. Since 2013, he moved from Ukraine to Russia to be an active missionary in the city of Vladimir where he planted a new church.

Now after four years, his young congregation is growing and alive. There are about 20 people most of whom receive communion and baptism. Most of the families are young with from one to four children each.

Roman is eager to get the best experience of seminary teachers, systematize his knowledge, gain in his understanding of the Scriptures all to become the most effective pastor he can be in growing his young church.

POSTED: December 14, 2020

MTS Certificates and Facility Improvements

MTS Certificates and Facility Improvements

We are happy to report a celebration in Moscow for six students who have successfully completed a three-year course of study.

Certificates Granted

The MTS Professor, pastor Nikolai Kornilov, presented Certificates of Completion in recognition of the rigorous work, which is all directed toward ministry leadership. The students expressed their deep appreciation to the seminary, the professors and administrators who supported them in the program. The photographs below tell the story; special gifts accompanied the certificates; along with a prayer of dedication.

Several of the graduates expressed interest in continuing in the MTS Bachelor track.

Facility Improvements

Also, you’ll notice the photographs from our MTS facility which include disability access, which is now complete. It is a result of government inspections. MTS was pleased to comply.

The changes allow a new level of access for people with disabilities including the visually impaired as well as those who require wheelchair access. We now have signage in Braille, special ramps and improved access in our restrooms.

We thank God for our graduates and our improved facilities!

POSTED Apr 14, 2019

Khabarovsk is a fishing community in far-east Russia along the Amur River, just 19 miles from the Chinese border. The Center trains church leaders and ministry workers from Asia and Russia.

Students can come from up to 1,000 miles away. The training center that Moscow Theological Seminary supports is the only viable option for biblical and ministry education for believers in the region.

In 2003, M T S graduate Svyatoslav Tutunik assumed the center’s leadership. The center is protected by a license granted by MTS.

Outside of classes, students apply their education in regional churches by preparing and preaching sermons, leading services, organizing evangelism opportunities and teaching in Christian children camps.

Here are some recent photos of classes held in Khabarovsk.

 

POSTED Feb 25, 2019