O, Come All Ye Faithful

The BIG DREAM that pushes the Eurasia Community forward is the HOPE that there will be a church-planting movement among every people group in Eurasia. We work to EQUIP, CONNECT, and MOBILIZE advocates, missionaries, donors, and intercessors to fulfill Eurasia’s BIG DREAM

We currently have workers on the field serving the unreached in Eurasia Northwest, Central Eurasia, Southern Asia, the Arab World, India, Russia, and Israel/Palestine. We are thankful and expectant for the work being done in these areas. Jesus is being accepted and lives are changing in Jesus’ name because God is using the presence of the workers currently on the field.

As we remember the birth of our Messiah, let us also remember the ministry he led and the GREAT COMMISSION he gave us.

“Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

We are so thankful to you and our entire community of prayer partners who are a huge component of the work God is doing all throughout Eurasia. We seriously could not do any of this without each of you! With that, we wanted to provide you with specific and current prayer updates for each area of Eurasia as you prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus.

Eurasia Northwest: That church planters will be empowered with outreach ideas to effectively reach the unreached people in their communities. Also, for God to provide for the needs of each unit.

Central Eurasia: For the leaders in our area, initiative leaders, church leaders, and team leaders. Pray they would follow closely to the Word of God, be empowered by it challenged by it, and walk humbly as they lead. Please also pray for the lost in our 10 countries in Central Eurasia that during this Christmas season, we would find great openness and willingness to choose Christ as we share about His birth.

Southern Asia: That God would help those serving i Southern Asia to guard their hearts, minds, and emotions as they learn the language and culture of the nation’s they serve in. Also that we would witness breakthrough to happen in the Maldives.

Arab World: For those who are being persecuted for following Jesus and for those watching that they may have a Biblical view of suffering and treasure Jesus in increasing measure. Additionally, for guidance and wisdom in our business platforms.

India: Our events hosted by our teams during this Christmas season that our friend’s hearts would be open to hearing about the true meaning of Christmas. Also, for one of our gyms that is needing to be remodeled by January 1st. Pray that the contractors are able to stay on target and for the new members to join the gym even while classes are being held outside.

Russia: The right “media implementer” to join us and help spread the Gospel and find those who are spiritually hungry. Also for the Holy Spirit to provide us with wisdom and favor for long-term visa opportunities.

Israel/Palestine: We need the nation of Israel to feel the overwhelming peace that Christ provides even in the midst of their physical circumstances. Additionally, that the believers in Israel are filled with the compassion and wisdom of the Holy Spirit as they share Jesus to those around them.

Thank you again for your partnership, encouragement, and prayer as we continue to focus on our mission of sharing Jesus with all unreached people groups in Eurasia.

A semi-truck full of HOPE

Knowing Jesus Christ as our Savior and recognizing the salvation He provides us with is the greatest gift we never deserved, yet desperately need. There are so many people in Eurasia who still have never had access to a clear Gospel message. For so long this was true for Sergey, who did not know Jesus and definitely never had the opportunity to read the Bible.

Sergey lived in a remote Communist town in Russia that strongly discouraged any conversations about God or Jesus.

When the Soviet Union collapsed, it totally destroyed the infrastructure of Sergey’s entire town, leaving them with the lumber mill and the school completely shut down. Sergey had no job and was left completely without hope. Sergey could have easily spiraled into despair in this season of hardship.

By the grace of God and through the generosity of all of you, a team of missionaries were able to provide Sergey’s entire town with the gift of a Bible in their native language.

The Bible came alive for Sergey as he read the text. His heart began filling up with the hope and freedom as he experienced the hope of Jesus Christ for the very first time.

I can hardly describe the transformative power of receiving a Bible for the very first time. But, we witness it again and again, when people have their first-ever encounter with God’s Word.

It is astounding. It is a miracle.

Sergey is now a committed follower of Jesus. He walks 12 miles to his local church in order to experience the fellowship of praying and worshiping with fellow believers. He has now experienced NEW LIFE.

Our goal is to continue providing the gift of Scripture to nearly 17,000 more people just like Sergey in Russia by raising $100,000. It costs only $6 to purchase a Bible and WE HOPE TO FILL AN ENTIRE SEMI-TRUCK WITH BIBLES TO GIVE TO THIS COMMUNITY.

We ask that you consider partnering with this campaign by giving the Christmas gift of God’s Word to the unreached in Russia. Our prayer is that we can fund this outreach by December 31st.

The “Christmas story” in the Gospel of John goes like this:

“The Word became flesh and dwelt among us.” When you give God’s Word to people in need, you are sharing the reality of the Christmas story in a life-changing way so that the people sitting in darkness may see a great light!

If you would like to financially support the sending of Bibles to Russia click here. We are so hopeful for what God has in store for this community as they receive the most priceless gift. Thank you so much for being a part of the work that is being done to share the freedom in Jesus to the unreached throughout all of Eurasia. We couldn’t do the work that we are able to do without YOU!

Prayer Requests:

  • that we would be able to reach our goal of raising $100,000 to purchase the Bibles that will fill a semi-truck to present to the communities in Russia
  • that when the community receives these Bibles that they would be receptive to the Words of God and make the life-changing decision to follow Jesus

In The Waiting

A call to global missions was never something Anna ever felt growing up. Since the 8th grade her mind was set on becoming a pastor.

Anna admitted that while growing up, she believed the entire world already knew about Jesus and did not understand why some Christians would pick up their lives and move to a different country. There should be no urgency to share the Gospel globally if the whole world already knows Him, right?

When she was 20 years old, attending a Christian University to pursue her dream of ministry, the school hosted an interactive Eurasia experience where students could encounter authentic sights and sounds from areas of the Region. The room that caught her attention was that of a Hindu temple. She witnessed a Hindu man praying to a statue and recognized for the FIRST TIME that not everyone has had the opportunity to hear the message of the Gospel.

With tears in her eyes and her heart now broken for the unreached, she knew she needed to do something.

Anna took her first trip to the Arab World on accident. She was originally meant to go to Bosnia, but her team was redirected to Oman due to safety needs. There were logistical challenges, but God was still glorified. God confronted her judgements and challenged her heart while on that trip. She began to become fascinated by Islam and the people of this region.

[ She knew that one day she would return to the field ]

As the commitment to the mission of sharing Jesus with the unreached began to increase, so did her impatience. She felt a strong pull from the Lord to serve in Israel/Palestine and hoped to do so immediately. Realizing that she was not able to be there instantly was something that weighed heavy on her heart. In time, she has found healing through the Lord, knowing that HE IS IN THE WAITING.

“It’s easy to think if it doesn’t happen immediately that it is not coming any time soon. Abraham waited a lot longer!” – Anna

Upon arrival to the field, Anna will be immersed in Arabic language learning and culture training. Then she will be plugged into a Church planting team to serve the unreached and proclaim the Gospel message.

With this new mindset, she is ready to step in fully to the plan and timing that God has prepared for her. Now that Anna has been approved as a Missionary Associate for a 2-year commitment, the preparation and fundraising has officially begun. If you are interested in learning more about Anna’s mission in Israel/Palestine and would like to consider supporting her, please connect with us at We would be happy to connect you to her story and fundraising information.

Prayer Requests:

  • For the weighing stress of working a full-time job while also support raising
  • For her to stay present in her at the moment and to recognize this season is purposeful

Follow the link here if you are interested in learning more about the Israel/Palestine area and the ministry that is taking place there.

Step into Eurasia Northwest

Here at Eurasia Community, we believe that all followers of Jesus have an integral part in the expansion of the global church!

God wants to utilize your unique talents and gifts as a way to expand the Kingdom and bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to the unreached.

Prayer and financial support is a huge component to partnering with missionaries working in Eurasia Northwest. We also know that a big piece of the work is having people who are willing to pick up their lives and join the team working on the ground.

It may seem intimidating to even consider coming with us to a country in Eurasia Northwest. We want to remind you that you are not walking these steps alone! Nick Puccini, Area Director for Eurasia Northwest, perfectly expressed the initial process of joining the work by stating:

“First of all, we want you to know that there is a team of people waiting to help you in your missionary journey from step one, where you need some questions answered, to finding out what kind of ministry we are inviting you into, to navigating the application process, to fundraising, to moving across the planet, all the way to learning to help people find Jesus and become a disciple-making-disciple.”

A few of the tangible and current needs in Eurasia Northwest are those who have a heart for: people with disabilities to work as a Disability Ministry Coordinator, business as a Church Planting team member, Children’s or Youth Ministry, teaching English, food service, or administration.

We want to remind you that your questions and concerns as you begin exploring opportunities to join a team, are welcomed and encouraged. We hope to be a resource as you start the conversation. We are continuing to pray for those God is calling to STEP IN to Eurasia!

Whatever passions, gifts, and talents God has provided you with, you can be a unique presence and worker for the ministry being done.

1 Corinthians 12: 1-31

Thank you for being a part of this community!

The Sisterhood of Christ

This story comes from one of our teams in Central Eurasia. If you would like to receive real-time information of needs and answers to prayer from one of our teams on the field, with many more details than we are able to share here publicly on our blog, we invite you to looking into starting a Pray Band.

As we were in the middle of our regular Saturday activities, the power in the entire school building went completely out. So we sat, in our dim classroom, as we pushed through what we were wanting to accomplish that day.

But, even in the midst of literal darkness, God’s overpowering light always finds its way to shine!

Roza, one of the young women we meet with said that she can sense light when she is with us. She expressed that when she is gathering with other believers to study the Bible, she knows that God is with her and will show her the right way.

Roza went on to share about her newfound walk with Jesus and began to be honest with us about the realities she has been facing. Even with the victory of her feeling God’s presence when congregating with other believers, she was also very honest with us that when she is home alone, she struggles to keep believing and fears that God has forgotten about her.

As we continued with this meeting time, another girl in our group, Kira, began to speak to us through tears falling down her face. Kira is only a teenager, but even in just her short years of life so far, she has already faced immeasurable pain, disappointment, and rejection.

Roza then looked over at Kira and said, “Let the monsters out, and we will fight them together. Don’t keep them inside or they will kill you.”

What an absolute gift it was to be able to see the compassion of Christ developing in this community of new believers. Kira has no siblings and is essentially an orphan, cared for by a relative. We were able to remind her that the Lord puts the lonely into families, and that she now is a sister to us in the family of God.

We began a text group with these young women so that we can remind them regularly of God’s truth and the community they have around them. It is beautiful to see how the Holy Spirit is already transforming them!

Specific Prayers for Central Eurasia this month:

Logistics for meetings– Prayers that we would find an appropriate time and place to meet with these women on a regular basis

Salvation– Prayers that the word of God would come alive to them and pierce their hearts

Community- Prayers that these women would find their true family in the community of Christ