Hundreds of churches in Russia are preparing to end the soccer World Cup outreach on a high note.
Several hundred churches have hosted World Cup game screenings, distributing special-edition Scriptures and Christian literature during the tournament.
Around 500,000 people so far have been impacted by the outreach organised by Mission Eurasia.
As the competition ends on Sunday, Mission Eurasia anticipates record visitor turnout for live screenings of the final soccer games, which churches are hosting in almost 400 locations across 50 cities.
Believing the full extent of the outreach will reach up to three million people, Mission Eurasia leaders have told Christian Newswire they are planning extensive follow-up programs.
They are expecting to form around 1,800 home Bible study groups and run sports and day camps for up to 15,000 children.