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Sergey Demidovich

Official Representative

TBN Christian Television Station

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Background Information

Employment History

Director

TV-Together


Pastor

The Good News Church


Affiliations

Demidovich

Co-Founder


You

Representative


Education

Bachelor's degree


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Together Ministry Board - Together Ministry

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Sergey Demidovich / Co-Founder
Sergey is a musician and a songwriter. From year 1986 to 2008, he wrote over 200 Christian songs, which became world famous among Russian-speaking evangelical believers. He released 18 albums and 10 music videos. Some of the songs have been translated to other languages. You can find his works at: http://demidovich.com/musics/. After getting his Bachelor's degree in Germany, Sergey continued his ministry in leadership of evangelic Association of Churches "Ukraine's Church of God. Besides that, he took active part in social activities, such as an establishment of the orphanage "Sails of Hope" and development of the national adoption doctrine, finding homes for thousands of orphans from Ukraine and Russia. He himself showed an example of a true adoption activist by bringing into his home abandoned children. Sergey and his wife Anna have 5 children, three of whom were adopted. In 2001, Sergey launched a television project to promote adoption among public. His project resulted in great success and even influenced the adoption of Ukrainian legislative framework facilitating the process of adoption. In 2006, Sergey became an official representative of the Russian-speaking broadcast television network TBN. He opened a production studio TBN Ukraine that became the leading producer of TV programs for the entire network RBN (Russian Broadcasting Network). In 2010, their lives changed drastically after meeting Peter Doudnik and Sergey Demidovich.


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* Sergey Demidovich, Pastor of Good News Church in Slavyansk, Ukraine, and Producer of TV-Together, as well as the Ukrainian representative for TBN Christian Television Station


A Home for Every Orphan: An Interview with Anita Deyneka - East-West Church & Ministry Report

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During our visit, we also met Sergey Demidovich, the affable, energetic senior pastor of Good News Church.
He and the Dudniks spearheaded the adoption movement in Slavyansk that has resulted in 100 children finding homes in families from their church. Pastor Sergey Demidovich and his wife, Anya, were one of the first families to adopt as a result of Tamara's vision. Now more than 100 children have been adopted by Good News Church members. Pastor Sergey Demidovich (Good News Church) and Pastor Gennady Makhnienko (Pilgrim Foundation) regularly produce six television programs promoting adoption-with plans for at least three more. Pastor Sergey also dreams of producing TV dramas to help change Ukraine's overall negative attitude toward adoption, with the hope of convincing thousands of Christian families to adopt. He points out that Ukrainians love soap operas. Women who come to Good News Church have even asked for prayer for fictional characters on TV serials! Editor: What are the biggest obstacles facing the Christian adoption movement? Mindset and money, I would say. Sergey said he has discovered that while it is relatively easy to raise money to feed orphans, it is extremely difficult to raise funds to buy equipment to produce media that can change the mindset of the whole country. Humanitarian assistance is very important. But it is also essential to change the system-a change of consciousness. Sergey explained that most Christians in Ukraine have not had the vision for adopting. Then when Sergey and his wife Anya adopted their first child, other pastors would ask him pityingly, "Why are you adopting? Can't you have more children? Even when Sergey and Anya brought their baby Nikita home, his mother-in-law asked, "Why did you take this baby who is just trash that others threw out? For six months she didn't want to touch her adopted grandson. Nikita would crawl up to her and say "grandma," and her heart started to change. Now if a week goes by without seeing him, she calls and asks, "Where is my grandson?" Sergey said that one of the most terrible aspects of life in Communist days was the punishment meted out to people who took initiative. During those times people became accustomed to thinking someone above them would make all the decisions, and they did not have to think. It is very difficult to change that mindset. Sergey said that the people of the former Soviet Union struggle with a deep-seated inability to change their outlook and to take responsibility. After the Soviet Union collapsed, many people fell apart.


Together Ministry Story - Together Ministry

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To finance the project, Pastor Sergey Demidovich, with a help of his friend from Sacramento Aleks Lysenko, registered Together Ministry organization.
Dozens of partners supported the orphan's ministry in Ukraine on a monthly basis. In 2003, Peter Dudnik receives revelation about adoption, later picked up by Sergey Demidovich. After adopting a child each, both Peter and Sergey have established a new adoption doctrine, which then resulted in the national movement "Ukraine Without Orphans," and later emerged on international level, promoting a culture of adoption.


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Sergey Demidovich, Representative of You Will Be Found
One of the significant events of the conference was a meeting of pastors attended by Matts-Ola Iskhoel, Pastor of Word of Life Church (which hosted the conference), Gennady Mokhnenko, Pastor of Good Changes Church, Sergey Demidovich, Pastor of Good News Church, and Steve Weber, Director of the charity Emmanuel. "When a pastor adopts a child, it is a green light for the whole church," said Sergey Demidovich. In the closing session of the conference, Sergey Demidovich spoke about the importance of focusing on positive experience and courageously handling situations in which not everything goes according to plan. These children must not be rejected. Sergey drew the parallel with biological children - that parents do not give up on them when something goes wrong.


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