Georgia: Sowing the Gospel on the Hard Soil of False Religions, Communism

Wednesday, January 19, 2022

When you travel to the country of Georgia (not the state here in the U.S.!), one of the first images you see upon leaving the capital Tbilisi is a small, ancient monastery perched high atop a hill at the confluences of the Aragvi and Mtkvari rivers. Having been built in 605 A.D., the Jvari Monastery … Read More

In Georgia: LHF Books Help Revive Church Destroyed by Communism

Thursday, October 5, 2017

by Ruslan Tsintsadze “We are praising God for the Lutheran Heritage Foundation, because the Republic of Georgia is a post-Soviet country where atheism ruled for seven decades. Historically, we as a nation were Christians since the 4th century; we kept the faith until 1921 when the Red Army entered Georgia. For exactly 70 years we … Read More