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- A definition of success for SEND Far East Russia\\  ​Approved by SEND FER Annual Conference, June 2007\\ \\  Success for SEND FER is faithfully accomplishing the work God has given us to do (Jn 4:34; 17:4). This work is to assist the Russian Baptist church in clearly proclaiming the gospel of the glory of Christ by both word and deed (2 Cor. 4:2-5, Acts 20:24), believing that in so doing, people will be drawn closer to Christ, believers will become more effective in ministry, and strong churches will be established in FER (2 Cor. 3:1-3). Acknowledging that God alone produces growth, we do not define success based on numbers (1 Cor. 3:5-7). We believe that God is greatly glorified by our faithful and joyful proclamation in the face of hardship, disappointments,​ opposition and setbacks (2 Cor. 6:3-10). We recognize that we can accomplish this work only by fully relying on God's Spirit and whole-heartedly believing the Gospel we proclaim (2 Cor. 4:13). The task for us as a mission in FER will be accomplished when the Russian church is continuing the effective proclamation of the Gospel within all of FER and beyond its borders (Rom. 15:19, 23).+====== ​A definition of success for SEND Far East Russia ​====== 
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 +Approved by SEND FER Annual Conference, June 2007\\ 
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 +Success for SEND FER is faithfully accomplishing the work God has given us to do (Jn 4:34; 17:4). This work is to assist the Russian Baptist church in clearly proclaiming the gospel of the glory of Christ by both word and deed (2 Cor. 4:2-5, Acts 20:24), believing that in so doing, people will be drawn closer to Christ, believers will become more effective in ministry, and strong churches will be established in FER (2 Cor. 3:1-3). Acknowledging that God alone produces growth, we do not define success based on numbers (1 Cor. 3:5-7). We believe that God is greatly glorified by our faithful and joyful proclamation in the face of hardship, disappointments,​ opposition and setbacks (2 Cor. 6:3-10). We recognize that we can accomplish this work only by fully relying on God's Spirit and whole-heartedly believing the Gospel we proclaim (2 Cor. 4:13). The task for us as a mission in FER will be accomplished when the Russian church is continuing the effective proclamation of the Gospel within all of FER and beyond its borders (Rom. 15:19, 23). 
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