Mission Eurasia focuses the gifts and energies of the global church on training and resources for Next Generation Christian leaders in 13 countries of the former Soviet Union (FSU)—a region now commonly known as Eurasia. We also work in Israel, due to the country’s large population of Russian-speaking people who emigrated from the FSU.
The heart of our ministry is School Without Walls, which provides strategic, culturally-relevant leadership training for thousands of young Christian leaders in Eurasia and Israel. Our Scripture Publishing and Distribution ministry annually prints and distributes over one million copies of Bibles and Christian literature in Russian, Ukrainian, and other national languages. And our Religious Freedom and Reconciliation Initiative creates awareness of religious freedom issues in Eurasia, promotes peace and reconciliation for Christians in conflict, and supports national Christian leaders in persecuted areas.
Our strategic missional vision also extends to providing for the urgent needs of refugees and people displaced by the conflict in Ukraine through the “I Care” Refugee Assistance Program, hosting evangelistic Summer Bible Camps for children and teens, delivering Gift of Hope gift packages to children in need, and conducting other evangelistic outreaches, particularly to unreached people groups throughout Eurasia.
Countries we work in: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan.
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