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Arrest and Imprisonment of Rev. Ivan Voronaev (1930) Arrest and Imprisonment of Rev. Ivan Voronaev (1930)

The (un)Forgotten: Story of the Voronaev Children Missions & Intercultural Studies Dony... 

2004 Prognoses about Bulgarian Churches in North America 10 Years Later 2004 Prognoses about Bulgarian Churches in North America 10 Years Later

With the present rates and dynamics of immigration, the growth of Bulgarian immigrant... 

Gospel of Matthew Released for Christmas Gospel of Matthew Released for Christmas

True Reformation does not start with preaching or theology, although they are both... 

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What We Do

Consulting and Coaching Consulting and Coaching

Our team provides continuous education to over 200 church leaders and ministry teams around the world…

Research and Teaching Research and Teaching

Our historical research through the years has examined the archives of leading Pentecostal movements, Harvard, Cambridge…

Evangelism and World Missions Evangelism and World Missions

We have ministered for 22 years on three continents, 25 U.S. states, Canada, Mexico, Europe and in over 300 Bulgarian congregations

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MINISTRY NEWS

Arrest and Imprisonment of Ekaterina Voronaev (1933) Arrest and Imprisonment of Ekaterina Voronaev (1933) August 1, 2014

The (un)Forgotten: Story of the Voronaev Children Missions & Intercultural Studies Dony K. Donev, D. Min. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the Society for Pentecostal Studies “On one miserable cold, dark night in March 1933, Mother had gone to bed sick. After midnight a loud knock at the... [Read more]

Internationalization vs. Naturalization of the Church of God Internationalization vs. Naturalization of the Church of God July 30, 2014

In the beginning of 21st century, when perspective and persona are changed by postmodern thinking, church planting is most important. Providing a strategy for church planting and growth is to serve as a roadmap to success for Bulgarian church leaders and people who have dedicated their lives to making... [Read more]

Bulgarian Cabinet resignation – what happens next? Bulgarian Cabinet resignation – what happens next? July 25, 2014

Plamen Oresharski formally resigned as prime minister on July 23, after weeks of speculation and – in certain quarters – anxiety about whether he would play his part in carrying out the agreement reached by political parties to hold early parliamentary elections. The Wall Street Journal: Bulgaria’s... [Read more]

Bulgaria's Cabinet to Resign Bulgaria’s Cabinet to Resign July 20, 2014

The Oresharski cabinet will resign on July 23, Wednesday, Bulgaria’s Minister of Economy Dragomir Stoynev told Darik yesterday. The minister emphasized that the faster the early elections, the better, because “the political crisis could affect the economy.” He also said, however, that... [Read more]

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