Central Eurasia

Apr Apr 2018

Reaching…. IRAN

The danger is real. In Iran where the ayatollahs are in charge, telling people about Jesus is a serious offense … even possessing Christian literature can land you in trouble. And gathering as believers to pray for one another? Strictly forbidden. But this doesn’t stop your Faces of Eurasia Ministry. The enclosed information shows you — last year we reached 50,000+ people in Iran with Gospel literature — and right now evangelical Christianity is growing faster here than in any other nation of the world!

Oct Oct 2017

MOST PEOPLE IN TURKEY HAVE NEVER SEEN A BIBLE BUT YOU CAN HELP CHANGE THAT!

Brad,* a Central Eurasia team member living in Turkey, met a young man, Cem, at a coffee shop in Istanbul. During the conversation, Brad told him a parable from the Bible. When Brad opened his Bible to show Cem the same parable he had just related, Cem’s eyes grew wide. “You actually have a Bible!” he exclaimed. “I’ve always wanted to read one of these!” That day Cem eagerly received his very first Bible. Across Turkey, the vast majority of people have never read God’s Word. Many of them have never even seen a Bible. Turkey has no official state…

Apr Apr 2017

THEY HAVE NEVER HEARD THE TRUTH ABOUT JESUS. YOU CAN HELP US TELL THEM.

Dear Friend of Eurasia: In Central Eurasia, meeting a follower of Jesus is a rare occasion. In the 10 countries that make up this area, the vast majority of people live from birth to death without ever hearing a clear explanation of the gospel. But, through the obedience of God’s people and the power of the Holy Spirit, the scene is slowly changing! In a major city in Central Eurasia, about 30 people are training to lead church-planting teams—called Live Dead teams—in places that are unfamiliar to most people. Through a year-long program, they are learning the basics of evangelism…

Sep Sep 2016

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…

Feb Feb 2016

THE KEY TO BRINGING JESUS TO AZERBAIJAN IS CHILDREN!

Dear Friend of Eurasia, *The name of the school has been omitted for security reasons.* “I can’t come to school anymore,” Leyla tells the directors of an English school in Azerbaijan between sobs. Her words hit them like a knife. She has been part of their lives for the past four years. Leyla explains that her parents can no longer afford to pay tuition for their daughter to attend one of the only Christian schools in the country. At the end of class, her mother escorts her home, not to return the next day. With tears in their eyes, the school directors shared…