3ABN Begins Broadcasting on Russian Cable Company Tele-Networks
Despite the difficulties that Protestant organizations face in the formerly Communist nation of Russia, 3ABN has begun broadcasting on the Russian cable company Tele-Networks, through the Yamal-300k satellite. Tele-Networks covers the city of Pskov and eleven other cities in Northern Russia. Julia Outkina, 3ABN Russia’s executive director, gives praise and glory to God. With tears in her eyes, she wrote, "I want to thank all those who have helped bring about this miracle of the Lord!”
Many other cable companies that 3ABN has contacted are looking forward to receiving sample programing. Even those who initially said, "No," have asked to be contacted again when other current contracts expire. 3ABN is currently working on agreements with nine more companies, actively pursuing the largest. They are also showing church leaders how 3ABN Russia can easily be used for evangelism in large cities. Jim Gilley said, “The response and support we’ve received is tremendous, and it is truly inspiring to see God’s people become involved in fulfilling the great commission. It has helped us realize once again how serious our Lord is about bringing His children home!”
--Reposted from ASI Connections newsletter
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