The United States is a land of immigrants. If you ask most people, they have some knowledge of their “immigrant” past. Close to 15% of the residents in big cities weren’t born in… Continue reading
“One of the most powerful, and yet easy tools to use is YouTube. It’s the 2nd largest search engine in the world, the 3rd most visited website and at the time of writing,… Continue reading
Facebook is a tool. And like any tool, if used correctly, it can be useful and serve as a blessing. Many pastors, leaders, and churches have realized the potential benefit of Social Media… Continue reading
A sermon I spoke at City On A Hill Church in November, 2013. I pray it blesses you.
I am of Ukrainian descent and in the Slavic circles, because the culture is not very diverse with different races, the question that is often asked is “where do black people come from?”… Continue reading
Love this song. Love this family.
Done by the worship team of Bethany Missionary Church, Sacramento CA.
The man singing in this video is the author of this song.
Video from our Grand Opening service, and highlights from the youth Grand Opening & Night of worship are now on our church website, http://www.cityhill.tv. Видио с открытие церкви City On A Hill, и молодежного вечера… Continue reading
Why plant a new church? I’m part of a team that is planting a new church in the diverse Northwest culture with a purpose to reach and impact the local community . Many have asked… Continue reading
Every year, I make it a goal to read through the Bible once during the course of the year. And usually, January is a breeze. But, when February came, books such as Leviticus,… Continue reading
I have been contacted several times recently to restate my position on the Russian family accused of abusing their kids in Salem, because many disagreed with me. My first blog is now being… Continue reading
Recently, while trying to put my son to sleep, I searched for videos on YouTube, Bogtube, as well as other Russian websites to find videos of worship “прославления” in Russian churches. What I… Continue reading