Orthodox Missions Bound for the East: The Chuvash Republic

In this episode of ‘God on the Move,’ Alison Kolosova delves into the rich history of the Chuvash people, highlighting the remarkable impact of God’s movement facilitated by the collaborative mission efforts of the British and Foreign Bible Society and the Russian Orthodox Church within this Turkic community.

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Guests in This Episode

Dr Alison Ruth Kolosova

British-born Alison Kolosova has lived in Chuvashia, Russia since the 1990s, where she has been actively engaged in music, choir directing, youth work, and prison ministry within an Orthodox parish. Currently based at the University of Tartu in Estonia, her research interests encompass the history and contemporary practice of Orthodox mission, particularly in Russia's Volga region, as well as Orthodox theology and ecclesiology.

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