On Friday's Mornings with Eric and Brigitte, founder and leader of Casting Crowns, Mark Hall joins us to talk about the upcoming Healer Tour with We Are Messengers at the Pompano Beach Amphitheater this coming Thurs. March 3 at 7 p.m. Since emerging in the late '90s, Casting Crowns have sold over ten million albums and dominated Christian radio via chart-topping singles like "Lifesong," "Until the Whole World Hears," and "Courageous."
President of Mission Eurasia, Sergey Rakhuba joins Mornings with Eric and Brigitte on Friday to share how Mission Eurasia trains, equips, and mobilizes national Christian leaders throughout Eurasia and Israel who are engaging in evangelism, church-planting, holistic ministries, and church growth to transform their countries for Christ. Mission Eurasia (formerly called Peter Deyneka Russian Ministries) was founded in 1991 just after the collapse of the Soviet Union by Reverend Peter and Anita Deyneka to react quickly and decisively to new opportunities for evangelism and church-planting in this former communist empire.
John Mark Hall is the lead vocalist for the Georgia-based contemporary Christian music group Casting Crowns, a seven-member group composed of worship leaders. Hall is also youth pastor at Eagle's Landing First Baptist Church in McDonough. In keeping with The Great Commission, Hall describes their music as a "ministry of discipleship". He is married to his wife, Melanie and has four children.
Sergey Rakhuba has served as the president of Mission Eurasia since 2010. Prior to this, Sergey served as the vice president of Mission Eurasia (then Russian Ministries), overseeing all of our ministries in Eurasia. Originally from Ukraine, Sergey Rakhuba later moved to Moscow, where he lived for many years. He is a gifted national believer who has a great vision for his homeland and the entire Eurasian region. Peter Deyneka Jr., the founder of Mission Eurasia, discovered this young leader in the church in Russia and was quickly impressed by his pastoral and evangelistic abilities. Sergey and his wife, Tanya, live near Wheaton, Illinois with their young daughter, Sophia. Sergey and Tanya also have two older, married children, Dmitri and Yevgenia (Geni).
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