Meet The Michalski's
Richard and Sara
are children of Polish and Russian World War II refugees. This
heritage coupled with Godís calling gave them a passion to
penetrate the Iron Curtain and begin an evangelistic ministry.
citizens during the time of the cold war, the Michalskiís had
the unique advantage of a Slavic background, allowing them
entrance into these closed lands. During this time of spiritual
oppression the Michalskiís brought to America victorious reports
of Godís work. Though Eastern Europe has endured a long list of
governmental and cultural changes, the Michalskiís have remained
committed to their calling and the privilege of sharing Godís
truth with the Slavic people.
God has blessed us with four
children, three boys and one girl. They are in order of their
birth, Jeremy, Leah, Jonathan and Jason. Jonathan is married to
Heather Grever from Idaho and we are expecting our first
grand-daughter in March 2008. They are naming her 'Grace
Elizabeth'. As grandparents, we can hardly wait to spoil her
rotten. Jason, our youngest son married Rachael Schober in
September of 2007 and we are still believing God for
announcements of engagements and marriage in Jeremy and Leah's
Sara and I have always asked God for three things in our
children's lives. First, that they would serve God; second,
that they would be healthy and third, they would have spouses
that loved the Lord and loved them. We feel that God has given
us all we have asked for and more to come. All our children
with their spouses love God with their whole heart and have
passionately been involved in missions from their earliest
years. Each are gifted with unique talents and abilities which
God has so graciously given and they are all pursuing fulfilling
their divine destiny.
Thank you for your prayers and covering that provide security
and grace upon us and upon our children and upon their children
Jesse and Ruth and
their family come from a rich Slavic heritage. Jesse, born in
Poland, found the Lord in a Russian underground meeting in 1975.
Being called of God, Jesse served as a youth pastor in Krakow,
Poland for several years. Later, Jesse served on staff with the
Russian Missionary Church in Seattle, Washington.
Ruth came to
Christ at an early age, and had been called to an anointed music
ministry. Her music has blessed thousands overseas and at home
in both the Russian and English languages.
Jesse & Ruth are living in
Canada and are ministering in Eastern Europe and to the Slavic
people throughout the United States and Canada.
Just the Facts on
what we've been doing:
literally hundreds of Churches
printed, and distributed millions of New Testaments
thousands of ministerial students themes of Evangelism and
Conferences, and Church meetings in most major areas of the
Soviet Blok for over 30 years.
distributed hundreds of containers of medical supplies,
vitamins, food, shoes, and clothing.
orphanages, churches, and Bible camps in numerous Eastern
thousands of people in overlooked people groups like Komi,
Permyk, Tartars, Evani, and Chutka.
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