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Missions Conferences in Russia
The IRR/TV led annual missions conference in Moscow is the main event attended by several thousand Russian pastors, evangelists, church workers. Benefits: renewed vision, new skills, resources, partnerships.

Regional Media Missions Conferences
IRR/TV has held a regional missions conferences in Central Asia, the Caucasus region, Southwestern Russia, Northwestern Russia, Siberia, Russian Far East. Congregations from over 100 cities sent 900 delegates to learn the use of media in evangelism.

School of Broadcast
In recent years almost 100 missionaries have graduated from IRR/TV’s Missions School in Moscow. Many now minister in their home cities.

Ministry Partnerships
IRR/TV has co-ventured with Campus Crusade For Christ and the Russian office of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association in training nationals for ministry. In 2001 IRR/TV participated in a national BGEA conference on evangelism in Moscow. Over 1000 evangelists attended.

Central Asia
In October, 2002 IRR/TV with ACB Russia established a regional Christian Radio and Television Association in Central Asia.

The Central Asian region is comprised of five nations: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Their combined population is 58 million. Since the collapse of communism Islam has made strong inroads throughout the region.

Eighty mission workers from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russia as well as from the Caucasus gathered in the Kazakh city of Almaty for the media missions conference. A ten-strong IRR/TV team challenged, inspired and taught the delegates about media mission work.

High Level Training
In addition to the regional conference IRR/TV arranged for Edward McDougal, from Regent University in the United States, to stay on and teach the ABCs of TV work to the eager delegates.

“I have never seen such open and enthusiastic people,” said McDougal.

Media missions work is not primarily about using “equipment” but reaching people. This is our focus. This is what Jesus taught us and this is IRR/TV’s task. To guide the people of Central Asia to harvest more of their countrymen for the Kingdom of God.


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