About us

Bible Mission serves in the countries of the former Soviet Union. God is also leading us to new mission fields and to a global outreach to Russian speaking people around the world. Our vision is to win people for Christ. We are completely committed to fulfill the Great Commission and the Biblical truths as we serve with the churches, for the churches and through the local Bible believing churches. We train and equip the local churches to help them reaching their communities and plant more churches.

„… great is your faithfulness“ (Lam. 3:23)

For more than 30 years, God has been using Bible Mission to win people for Christ. In the result of His acting, countless people were able to receive and accept the saving message of the Gospel. Praise God for His acting!

The organization Bible Mission develops from the ministry of the Slavic Gospel Association, founded by Peter Deyneka Sr. in 1934.

Foundation of Bible Mission Germany by Johann Pauls.

Historic changes forcing rapid development of ministry

80ies: The borders to the USSR are closed. God’s Word is being smuggled into the country.

1989: Fall of the „Iron Curtain“ and opening of the USSR borders

mass distribution and proclamation of the Gospel

start-up of humanitarian relief projects

start-up of the Independent Bible Correspondence School

Infrastructure and projects developing

Regional Ministry Centers of Bible Mission established in: Russia (Moscow, Omsk) Belarus (Minsk) Ukraine (Kiev) Moldova (Chisinau) Central Asia (Almaty)

Start-up and development of projects in the areas Reaching – Training – Caring

Vision and strategy enhancing

We focus projects on the vision of Winning people for Christ with the purpose of Church planting.

We strategically serve with, through and for the local churches.

God is leading us on new mission fields to unreached nations and ethnic groups: Tajikistan (Pamir nations), Chechnya, Dagestan, Abkhasia, Crimea (Tatars).

Mission discipleship – NGL: Our purpose is to help the local churches, through strategic discipleship to train and prepare young people for the ministry as Next Generation Leaders.

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