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REACHING INDIA’S UNREACHED MOUNTAIN PEOPLE ONE AT A TIME

Dear Friend of Eurasia, “Why would you wait 2,000 years to tell me this story?” The man from India, who had just heard the gospel for the first time, demanded an answer. Brokenhearted, the AGWM worker tried to explain that this was the first time he had been able to locate the Indian man’s village, nestled high in the mountains of northern India. He and the rest of his team searched for months to find this village! Their purpose? To distribute MP3 players containing audio Bibles in the native languages of isolated Indian people groups, giving them their first exposure…

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MELTING FROZEN HEARTS: REACHING RUSSIA’S REINDEER PEOPLE

Dear Friend of Eurasia, No running water, no electricity, no stores, no paved roads—just hundreds of miles of reindeer as far as the eye can see. Reindeer define the lives of the “reindeer people,” a multi-ethnic group of unreached people living in an area of northern Russia that stretches across eleven time zones. The reindeer people are nomadic, living in teepees and following the reindeer through the year as herds migrate in search of food. Reindeer are their source of survival: what they eat, what they wear, and what they trade as currency. Russian pastors began building relationships with the…

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AJI SE DIN: ONE DAY CAN CHANGE A CHILD’S LIFE

Dear Friend of Eurasia, The biggest children’s outreach in Bangladesh is December 16. That day is Victory Day, the national holiday commemorating the end of Bangladesh’s liberation war. The outreach, called Aji Se Din (which in Bangladesh means “This is the Day”), brings hope to children in the slums. Twelve-year-old Parvej lives in a slum outside Bangladesh’s capital city. He is eagerly awaiting this December’s outreach. “I go to the mosque every Friday for prayer,” says Parvej, “but when I went to the Aji Se Din outreach, I found love and hospitality. There is no other program in my community…

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HELP AG CLINIC IN BAGHDAD SAVE MORE REFUGEES FLEEING ISIS!

Access to medicine makes the difference between life and death for millions of Iraqis fleeing ISIS. That’s why the medical clinic of the Assemblies of God church in Baghdad daily brings life-saving medicine to refugees throughout Iraq. Our area director for the Middle East recently asked me to tell you the stories of three at-risk Iraqi refugees—Zaid, a Christian from the city of Mosul (modern-day Nineveh), Um Banat, a Shiite Muslim fleeing Sunni Muslim terrorists, and Yousef, a Sunni Muslim convert to Christianity. Zaid escaped to Baghdad when ISIS swept through his city two years ago. He desperately needed medicine…

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TEEN CHALLENGE PAKISTAN NEEDS YOU!

Wahid lived in a graveyard. With no home and no family who would associate with him, he spent his days high on heroin in a cemetery located in one of Pakistan’s most dangerous regions. One day, staff from Teen Challenge Pakistan saw Wahid lying in the cemetery. They could not tell if he was dead or alive. As they came closer, they saw he was alive but too sick to walk or stand on his own. The staff prayed for him and invited him to the Teen Challenge Men’s Center. He came and received food, medicine, and a bed there—his…

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$25 REACHES LITHUANIA’S FORGOTTEN CHILDREN

In the city of Jonava, Lithuania’s “Little Chicago,” drugs are cheaper than food. Home to 30,000 people, Jonava is one of Lithuania’s spiritually darkest cities, corruption-laden and with few jobs. A very large portion of Lithuania’s adult population is addicted to alcohol and drugs, and many Lithuanian children don’t see or hear from their parents for days or weeks on end. For over 10 years, AGWM missionary Sharon McCammon has focused on reaching, discipling, and meeting the practical needs of these “forgotten children” of Lithuania. Sharon has partnered with Lithuanian believers and Teen Challenge Lithuania to start children’s centers throughout…

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