December 21, 2017 eurasiacommunity

How to End the Year With New Beginnings for the Lost in Eurasia

It’s hard to believe it’s almost 2018.

But 2017 is almost over, and it’s been a great year for Eurasia.

If you read this blog, you are a part of that. You have helped us share the gospel and bring hope to people in need.

We’ve taken great strides in fulfilling our big dream of seeing churches planted among every people group in Eurasia. Omar Beiler, the regional director for Eurasia, shares about church planting in this month’s Faces of Eurasia letter. He says,

“Planting a church in Eurasia presents unique challenges. In most areas, the gospel cannot be proclaimed openly. Religious and cultural traditions have kept people bound for centuries.

Yet these difficult places are filled with people for whom Christ died. They need the opportunity to hear and receive the message of salvation.

And this is happening!”

You can read more about what church planting looks like in Eurasia on the Faces of Eurasia website, but what we want you to know is that it’s been a powerful year for church-planting efforts in Eurasia.

And we want to make sure that 2018 is just as fruitful.

We have teams willing to go to Eurasia and do the hard work of learning the language, getting used the culture, and enduring hardships to reach the lost with the gospel.

But they need your help. As you consider your year-end giving, would you make a donation to help further church-planting efforts in Eurasia?

A gift of $100 could pay this week’s rent for a tea shop in northern India.

A gift of $50 would buy books for an English class in Central Eurasia.

If you can give even more than that, it could help with Bible training or the purchase of property to use as meeting places.

You can end 2017 by giving a new beginning to someone in Euraisa who doesn’t know Jesus.

Thanks so much for your generosity, not just today, but throughout this year. We say it every week, but we mean it from the bottom of our hearts: we could not do this—reaching the lost in Eurasia—without each of you. Thank you so much for being a part of this community.

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