Mobilising mission workers for Central Asia
By Central Asia we mean the Turkic and Persian speaking peoples who encompass an area stretching from Southern Russia to Pakistan and from Turkey across to north-west China.
It includes the former Soviet Union countries of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Tatarstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. What unites these countries is that they are Muslim states run by post-communist regimes.
Why Christian mission to Central Asia?
The region of Greater Central Asia accounts for half a billion of the world’s population, yet in some Central Asian countries less than 0.01% are Bible believers. To give an example, a well known city in Central Asia with a population of 1.3m – roughly equivalent to Birmingham – has only 25 ethnic believers. Central Asia is the least reached region in the world. Hence, why we so need to pray for Central Asia.
Sandwiched between Europe and Asia, but not firmly in either, this region has all but fallen from the gaze of the world and, more worryingly, the view of the Church. How can you get involved and play a part to make that change?
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