Gospel Light in War-Torn Ukraine

This year God has blessed Irpin Biblical Seminary, a TMAI member school in Ukraine, with four hundred students. Many of these students travel long distances, some even through dangerous conflict zones. A third of the students come from the war-torn regions of eastern Ukraine, where the fighting has led to 10,000 dead, 23,000 wounded, and […]
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TMAI Professors Honored by Ukrainian Leadership

The story of Irpin Biblical Seminary is quite remarkable. After communism fell in 1990, believers for the first time in seven decades experienced a measure of religious freedom. Soon thereafter, the leadership at Irpin Biblical Seminary reached out to The Master’s Seminary for help in training church leaders in the region. In 1991–2 missionaries were […]
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Ukraine: Sound Theology for the Nation’s Children

A significant and critical benefit of bringing theological training to the nations is the impact it will have on a nation’s children. Sound theological education prepares pastors and church leaders to equip mothers and fathers to raise their children in the discipline and instruction of the Lord (Eph 6:4). It also prepares men and women […]
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Overcoming Darkness: Irpin Seminary and TMAI Donors

Two thousand years ago on the slopes of the Mount of Olives, Jesus foretold the kinds of events that would occur in the last days. He spoke of famines, earthquakes, terrors from heaven, spiritual deception, persecution, and nations rising up against nations (Luke 21-7-24). Irpin Biblical Seminary (IBS) in Ukraine has recently found itself inthe midst […]
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Ukraine: From the Morgue to the Ministry

Clinical death is the medical term used when a doctor determines that the body’s vital functions have ceased. The doctor verifies that there is no pulse, breath, or corneal reflex. After being declared dead, the body is transported to a morgue to await identification, autopsy, or disposal. They don’t usually wake up. There is nothing […]
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