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Persecution -- Soviet Union.

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Anita and Peter Deyneka, Jr. Papers

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-048
Scope and Contents The Anita and Peter Deyneka, Jr. Papers comprise eleven series: Biography, Published Material, Unpublished Material, Correspondence/Faxes, Conference, Media, Speeches/Lectures, Ministries, Secondary, WRF, and Memorabilia. The bulk of the collection is found in the latter portions of the series with Ministries, Secondary and WRF occupying three-quarters of the collection. These series document the activities of the Deyneka's various internal and external activities. Ministries includes records...

Collection 337 Papers of Roger H. Malstead

 Collection
Identifier: CN-337
Scope and Contents Two oral history interviews and prayer letters, relating to Roger Malstead’s ministry with Operation Mobilization.Audio TapesTwo oral history interviews with Roger Malstead in which he describes his youth, education at Wheaton College, work with Operation Mobilization (OM) in the former Soviet Union, Turkey, Lebanon, the United States, at OM headquarters in England, and with the OM ship DOULOS; Other topics described are the director of OM,...

Collection 536 Oral History Interview with Valeria Borisovna Sorokina

 Collection
Identifier: CN-536
Scope and Contents Oral history interview with Valeria Borisovna Sorokina, in which she describes her childhood in Russia, her conversion to Christianity while a university student, the work of Campus Crusade for Christ and Mission Europe in Russia, the Mission Volga project, and her time as a graduate student at Wheaton College. The time period covered by the interview is 1971-1996.Valeria Sorokina was interviewed by Bob Shuster on November 18, 1996 at the Billy Graham Center Archives at Wheaton...

Intercessors for the Suffering Church Collection

 Collection
Identifier: SC-079
Scope and Contents The Mary Ann Gilbert and Intercessors for the Suffering Church (ICS) collection contains files on over one hundred and twenty organizations and their publications that relate to the persecuted church and Christians. The collection contains correspondence to and from these organizations, as well as correspondence and publications of ICS.

Irina Ratushinskaya Papers

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-044
Scope and Contents Ocuppying .5 linear feet, the Irina Ratushinskaya papers, housed in Special Collections, include her works of poetry, secondary material, correspondence, articles, audio and artwork. The largest portion of the collection is devoted to secondary material about Ms. Ratushinskaya while imprisoned and as individuals worked for her release. The bulk of the collection dates from the period, 1985-1987.

Keston, USA Records

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-042
Scope and Contents Occupying approximately five linear feet, the collection includes Board Materials, Correspondence, Financial and Legal Records, Publications, Secondary Material, Addresses, and Media Items.   Though basic information exists for the Board Materials series, the largest portion of the collection consists of Correspondence dating from 1983 to 1990. This correspondence is by or between Keston, USA board members. Another series that occupies a large percentage of the collection is the Financial and...

Myrna Reid Grant Papers

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-059
Scope and Contents The Myrna Reid Grant Collection mainly concern Grant's career as a writer. The bulk of the collection is formed of manuscripts and business/professional correspondence. The collection contains manuscripts of all of Myrna Grant's books published between 1974 and 1983. Multiple manuscript versions are present for many of the books, showing Grant's works in progress from early drafts to final typescripts and ultimately galley proofs. In addition to manuscripts the collection includes reviews,...

Siberian Seven Collection

 Collection — Books
Identifier: SC-052
Scope and Contents The Siberian Seven Collection dates primarily between 1978-1983, with some material dating to 1989. The collection documents the struggle of seven Pentecostals who sought refuge in the United States Embassy in Moscow in 1978.  The collection measures about 5 linear feet. The Siberian Seven's personal material consists of half the collection and consists mainly of their personal autobiographies and correspondence.  Their correspondence is chiefly with Kent Hill and his wife, with some...