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6% of all teenagers in Russia were addicted to computer and Internet
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I discovered there isn’t time to ponder your reaction when propositioned by a prostitute. Your first response is your response. It happened to me in a Russian hotel. (Photo: St. Basils Cathedral in Moscow’s Red Square. By Soerfm. Own work. CC-BY-SA-3.0, via Wikimedia Commons) I went with some missionaries to Moscow to help train national pastors. On our first morning, I headed to the hotel lobby to meet our team. Stepping out of the e»
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I love inspirational stories and I especially love inspirational sports stories.  Check out this inspirational story that took place yesterday at the Sochi Olympic games when a Canadian coach helped a Russian skier. Canadian coach helps Russian skier (This story was written by Cathal Kelly who is a sports columnist for the Toronto Star. You can read the whole story here.) After his own miserable afternoon in the midst of the greatest 24 hours»
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It’s hard for me to go to a foreign land and not take copious mental notes on things/exchanges/situations that I find humorous. So while I was in Russia last week, I filled up a couple of pages with some anecdotes that I’m saving for a later post. In the meantime, there was plenty of “serious stuff” that took place during my Russia trip, and I want to do my best to pay tribute to all the events and all the ways our team saw God at work. S»
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Michigan Couple Adopts Last Buckner Russian Orphan
A Michigan couple adopts a 16-year-old f»
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I’ve never been to Russia. I don’t know that much about the place. Do you want me to be honest? I’m not that different from most people, in that the first things I think of are vodka, fuzzy hats, and this guy: Of COURSE this is what you thought of... don't lie! But despite what I don’t yet understand about Russia, my bags are packed and I’m on my way to the mother land the Mother Russia land, that is. You might be wondering at this poin»
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The Fortner family's older child adoption from Russia
Adoption wasn't on Robin and Mitch's rad»
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Editor’s Note: This notice was originally posted here on the U.S. Department of State website.December 28, 2012 On December 28, President Vladimir Putin signed Federal Law No. 186614-6 which prohibits the adoption of Russian children by U.S. families. This law will go into effect on January 1, 2013. The Department of State remains actively engaged with the Russian government to determine how this will impact the resolution of adoptions by U.S.»
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  Natalie Bull, 9, of Waco, works on a craft project at a heritage gathering for Eastern European adoptive families. By Susan Serrano Dillon International DALLAS – Eastern European culture came alive in Dallas at a recent gathering of adopted children and families celebrating their Russian roots. Families explored Eastern European music, food, crafts and games at the annual Family Day event hosted by Buckner International and Dillon Internat»
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By Susan Serrano Dillon International DALLAS – Eastern European culture came alive in Dallas at a recent gathering of adopted children and families celebrating their Russian roots. Families explored Eastern European music, food, crafts and games at the annual Family Day event hosted by Buckner International and Dillon International. “We attend because we want to keep her connected with her connected with her Russian heritage,” said Chris M»