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Mission Eurasia works in Israel and the other countries of Eurasia to train and equip young Christian leaders for effective ministry.

With a 74 percent Jewish population, Israel remains the world’s only Jewish-majority state. Established in 1948 after British Palestine was partitioned into separate Arab and Jewish states, Israel was attacked by neighboring Arab countries the next day and again in multiple wars waged against it since. 

Despite Israeli victories and territory gains, Israel has returned portions of land and supported two-state solutions in exchange for peace. Regardless, two-state solutions are rejected on grounds that Israel does not have a right to exist—vocalized most notably by Iran and the Iran-backed Islamic terrorist group Hamas that violently seized control of Gaza from the Palestinian Authority in 2007. Hamas supports the annihilation of Israel, consistently launching rockets and terrorist attacks. 

On October 7, 2023, Hamas invaded Israel, killing over 1,200 (mostly civilians, including infants) and kidnapping around 200—primarily women and children. Israel immediately declared war and launched a full-scale attack on Gaza to remove Hamas.

Israel’s economy is strong, led by cutting-edge tech sectors and offshore gas production. Promising talks with Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been complicated by the war with Hamas.

Religiously, Israel is predominantly Jewish, 18 percent Muslim, and six percent “other”— with less than two percent of Israel being Christian, and less than half of them being evangelical. There are roughly 714,000 Russian Jews from the former Soviet Union, and Mission Eurasia is reaching them with the gospel in partnership with Israeli churches and local messianic ministries like Living Israel. 

Our SWW students engage in various initiatives including the distribution of specially tailored Biblical literature. In 2023, you supported our SWW ministry training for 45 enrolled leaders, 16 of whom graduated from the full two-year program. The recent war has seen many SWW leaders conscripted into military service, and remaining members focusing ministry efforts on providing food and water to bomb shelters where – at the time of writing this – 30 percent of Israelis are taking refuge.

Make a Difference in the Lives of People in Israel!

Consider supporting our SWW ministry efforts and helping us make a difference in the lives of those affected by the recent war. Your contribution can help us provide essential supplies, training, and support to those who most need them.

Your generosity can make a real difference in the lives of people in Israel.

“But go rather to the lost sheep of Israel. And proclaim as you go, saying, ‘the kingdom of heaven is at hand.’”

 Matthew 10:6-7

Prayer Requests

  • Please pray for peace in Israel and the surrounding region. Pray for an end to the violence and devastation, and for all terrorist activity to cease. 
  • Please pray for our SWW leaders and students as they engage in strategic initiatives to reach Russian-speaking Jewish people for Christ. 
  •  Please pray for our ministry partner, Living Israel, as they continue to share the gospel with the unreached in their communities.
  • Please pray for a new church that was planted in Jerusalem. Please pray for wisdom for the church leadership and that God would draw many people to Himself.


Lera is 16 years old, and she recently invited Jesus into her heart. She heard many of her new Christian friends talking about School Without Walls (SWW) and realized it would be beneficial for her too. Lera decided to sign up! Christianity is very new to her, and she doesn’t understand very much yet, but she is learning, and she is not shy to ask questions. 

On one occasion, people were asking the pastor questions about their calling, salvation, and the gifts of the Holy Spirit. Lera asked a question that seemed very simple to others, yet very meaningful to her. “What am I to do for Jesus to be the center of my life?” Lera received a response that was both practical and spiritually insightful: “Whatever is on your mind and heart will also manifest in your life. If you consistently contemplate Jesus and openly discuss Him with those around you, you’ll gradually realize that your entire life revolves around Him.” 

Lera continues to make God first in her life, wants to learn more, and is eager to make Him known to others. She loves being part of SWW and explains: “I am convinced that it was God who led me to enroll at SWW. I couldn’t believe the number of young people my age who are deeply committed in their devotion to God, and I am so happy to be part of that group! I will never forget the day I tangibly felt God’s love and made the decision to follow Him and serve in His Kingdom. Since that day, many of my worries have started to fade as I continue to make Jesus the center of my life.”

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