In early October, Rivers & Robots took an exploratory trip to Japan, to see what God is doing there and how they can be further involved in the future.
This year, Steiger band Nuteki was able to play 19 concerts across various parts of Russia, including the Far Eastern region of the country and Siberia. Russia passed a new law in 2016 forbidding the preaching of the Gospel, which has resulted in many churches becoming afraid of doing any kind of evangelism.
During Nuteki’s recent tour of Kazakhstan (09/07 - 09/21), they were able to play five concerts for a total of 4800 people, 180 of which prayed to Jesus for the first time! Kazakhstan is a predominantly Muslim country, and is considered very closed to the Gospel.

On July 27th, Come&Live! bands No Longer Music (NLM - USA) and Nuteki (Belarus) teamed up for the third time to share the Gospel on tour in Ukraine. During the course of their 11 shows in ten cities, the two bands were able to bring the message of Jesus to over 20,000 people.

Thursday, 29 October 2015 15:29

C&L! Artist Interview: Nuteki

C&L! Artist NUTEKI is a band that was born out of a passion to see lives changed by the power of the Gospel. I recently got to have a chat with the lead singer of NUTEKI, Misha, about how it all began and how God is working through them and their music.
In this podcast we interviewed C&L! band NUTEKI as well as a key tour planner in the Russian-speaking world.
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