Maxim Maximov and his wife forbidden to leave Kazakhstan
The president and founder of CNL, Maxim Maximov and his wife Larissa were forbidden to leave Kazakhstan. This was written on Maksimov Facebook page, who is also a pastor at the “New Life” church in Almaty, reports Christian Telegraph invictory.com.
“Pastor Maxim Maximov and Larissa were detained and removed from a flight by the border guards of Kazakhstan. They are banned from leaving Kazakhstan,” said the statement.
“Friends, there is a prayer request! Without giving any reason, our tickets are spoiled! They were keeping us in the border guards’ room more than an hour and they didn’t give any reasons for the refusal, no one explained anything, and they didn’t do a deed! They told us to visit the NSC (analogue of KGB) and they will explain everything to us,” said Maxim.
“Friends, they are really limiting out freedom. It is 5 am. I have the strange feeling now that all my plans should be changed. After the explosion, the survivors usually have a contusion, disorientation (my wife was praying before it happened and she felt some anxiety in her heart),” said Maximov.
CNL reaches 300 million Russian-speaking people of over 100 different nationalities throughout the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ through satellite and cable television broadcasting.