The Stories We Want to Tell

May 24, 2012 Amy Reasoner

The Stories We Want to Tell

Everyone has a story to tell. In Eurasia, this works out to roughly 2.3 billion stories across the spectrum of the human experience: tales of tragedy and triumph, heartache and hope, seeking and finding.

In this space, our little corner of the web, we want to share some of these stories with you. Two or three times a week, an AGWM worker in Eurasia will chronicle daily life in this least-reached, most-neglected region of the world.

We’ll tell you about our friends and neighbors, our struggles to learn a new language and culture, our attempts to proclaim Jesus where He is not known.

We’ll show you the spiritual darkness of these lands—and the flickers of light when God shows up and does what only He can do.

Some stories make you smile or cry or laugh out loud. Some stories open your eyes to worlds you never knew existed. Some stories change your life.

These are the stories we want to tell.

Comment (1)

  1. juanita hankins

    connect me with information on eurasia childrens ministry in lithuania contining work?

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