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  • Central Asian believers struggle – but seek truth, faith

    August 9 2018 by International Mission Board Staff | with 0 comments
    Central Asian believers struggle – but seek truth, faith

    Melisa* and her university-aged daughter Ada* came to faith and were baptized in their hometown in Central Asia a few years ago. They later moved to another city for Ada’s education and got connected with the local church. Their attendance at church, however, has deteriorated into periodic participation in informal church events. 

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  • Social media speaks Central Asian ‘heart language’

    Noor,* a Muslim-background believer in Central Asia, has been praying with a heart like Simeon’s for many years. “You know that story in the Bible when Simeon sees Jesus and says that he can now die in peace? I want God to let me see a church in my heart language before I die,” he said.

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  • Moldovan university trains students to face persecution

    October 10 2014 by Nicole Lee, IMB | with 0 comments
    Moldovan university trains students to face persecution

    International Mission Board workers Carl and Sherri have a deep love for the Central Asian students and a burden to help them prepare for ministry and life in the Muslim context. They have recognized a strategic advantage that Moldovan students have because of their background in both Latin and Slavic languages.

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