September 4, 2017 Amy Reasoner

How Do You Know if You’re a Part of Our Community?

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If you’ve been reading this blog for very long, you may have noticed that we almost always sign off each blog post with some version of the phrase, “We couldn’t do this without you.”

But if you haven’t been with us from the beginning, that may leave you wondering, Is this blog for me? I don’t live in Eurasia, and I’m not planning to go there anytime soon. Am I a part of the Eurasia Community?

 

As you may know, when we talk about “Eurasia” we are talking about a region of unreached people that includes eastern Europe, the Middle East, and parts of Asia and North Africa.

But when we talk about the “Eurasia Community” we are talking about anyone who is in any way engaged with the mission to see church-planting movements among each and every people group in Eurasia.

So, if you want to know whether or not you’re a part of the Eurasia Community, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you believe that people in Eurasia should be reached with the hope of the gospel?
    Do you ever give to charitable causes?
  • Do you believe God answers the prayers of His people?
  • Do you ever post on social media about things that matter to you?

If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, then you can join us. And if you’re reading this blog right now, you’re probably already a part of the Eurasia Community.

We hope and pray that as you get involved with what we’re doing that you have an opportunity to physically go to Eurasia at some point But even if you never set foot on Eurasian soil, there are things you can do to help us bring the good news of Jesus to every person living in Eurasia.

You can join with those who are going through financial support.

You can use your influence to advocate for work we’re doing in Eurasia.

And of course, you can always be praying for the lost in Eurasia, and our workers who are trying to reach them with the gospel.

Any one of these things make you part of the Eurasia community, and we are so glad that you’re a part of it!

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