Unique missionary approach prompts questions for God in Russia

A roll of paper—that was the genesis of the “Questions for God” missionary activity in Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia, on October 9, 2011.

Over a period of several hours, more than 150 people stopped by the two paper-covered tables on the busy “walking street” in Upper Nizhniy, picked up felt pens, and wrote their questions. The first was, “Why does God let children die?”

Other sincere and personal questions followed: “When will my mother stop crying?” “Who am I?” “Which religion is true?” “Is there a life after death?” “How can we defeat cancer?” “What is the purpose of life?”

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