Scientology Handbook Used by the Scientology Volunteer Ministers Trans-Siberian Goodwill Tour
Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tours travel to remote locations to bring help everywhere and anywhere.
Every week, in communities around the world, Volunteer Ministers (VMs) in their familiar yellow tents, provide one-on-one assistance to help anyone address whatever troubles he or she might be facing. And Scientology Volunteer Ministers Goodwill Tours travel to remote locations, to bring this help everywhere and anywhere.
One such Goodwill Tour is on a trans-Siberian trek across the 11 time zones of Russia to the Sea of Japan. And as they prepare to leave the city of Ekaterinburg they are leaving behind an experienced team of VMs to continue their work under the capable leadership of a former major in the Russian Army whose VM experience includes trauma relief in refugee camps in the height of the Chechen crisis.
The Scientology Volunteer Ministers Trans-Siberian Goodwill Tour is leaving behind a well-established center in Ekaterinburg, Russia to carry on the work they began.
With their motto "Something CAN be done about it," the Volunteer Ministers use the Scientology Handbook, to empower the individual to deal with such things as relationship and communication problems, stress at work, helping others overcome trauma and improving the ability to learn and apply any subject.
The city of Ekaterinburg was founded in 1723 by Tsar Peter the Great and named after his wife, Catherine. With 1.5 million residents, it is a major industrial center for the Russian Federation and is located only 25 miles east of the dividing line between European and Asian Russia.
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