Happy Monday morning, Eurasia Community!
Here are a few intersesting things we found around the internet about what’s been going on in Eurasia lately:
- Will new archelogical discoveries bring tourism back to Eygpt?
- This article details ongoing tension between Bangaldesh’s rulers and an extreme Islamic group over multiple issues, including child marriage
- In a move that shows both compassion and regret, a church in Lithuania returned headstones that had been used in it’s Soviet-era contruction to the Jewish cemetery where they belong.
- There’s a new book out by Armenia’s former president, who is know serving time in prison for usurping state power.
- And finally, here’s an inspiring look at the lives of two young female soccer players from India who are hoping their nation will qualify for the upcoming Women’s World Cup.
What we hope you’ll see from these articles is that all over the enormous region of Eurasia, there are people going about their daily lives, dealing with the same kinds of things that affect us: politics, economics, historical issues, hopes and dreams. The only difference between us and them is that vast numbers of them have never heard the good news of the Gospel.
As you think and read about Eurasia, will you continue to pray for the lost there? They need Jesus, and we can’t reach them without you.