There has been a MOU between Good News Mission and Russia’s Christian Broadcasting, TBN, on the 5th of May in the midst of a thriving World Camp in Saint Petersburg.
Two years ago, TBN, who had introduced the various activities of Good News Mission and World Camps through the interview of Pastor Ock Soo Park, have had a closer relationship ever since the invitation of Volkov Yan Sergeyevich to the World Camp in Korea.
After attending the World Camp in Korea and clearly seeing the work of God, the President & CEO of TBN proposed sermon broadcasting which was then aired. Pastor Ock Soo Park’s Lecture, ‘Let There be Light’ was broadcasted to over 180 countries around the world.
With the establishment of MOU, Good News Mission and TBN had become even more collaborative in achieving the work of the Gospel together.
At 2p.m, after the special performance by Gracias Choir members Jin Young Park, Hye Mi Choi in MOU signing ceremony, Pastor Ock Soo park delivered his testimony about his early ministry and how God had heard his prayer for international mission work and the broadcasting regardless of difficult circumstances. He also stated that he hoped that God would work powerfully through TBN.
As CEO of TBN, Volkov Yan Sergeyevich introduced his experience with God and recalled the World Camp as an amazing and thankful event as well as expressing his gratitude towards Pastor Ock Soo Park, who works hard for many people. Later, he said that the 24 hours of broadcasting in 180 countries was only possible through the work of God and hoped to continue working with Good News Mission.
Later on, there was a recording of a short interview with Pastor Ock Soo Park.
Through this MOU agreement, the Mission provides TBN with a variety of content including online sermons, explanations of the Bible, testimonies while TBN assist covering and reporting events of the Good News Mission and Gracias Choir, such as the World Camp and the Christmas Cantata.
It is hoped that the Gospel is spread more powerfully across in Russia through this MOU.