We work throughout 13 countries in Eurasia and in Israel among the Russian-speaking population. Although the Soviet Union dissolved over 20 years ago, Eurasia still suffers from growing poverty, addiction, social dysfunction, and remnants of Soviet-era atheism and authoritarianism. In many parts of Eurasia, particularly Central Asia, religious persecution is on the rise and Christians face mounting challenges to their faith. And as the conflict in Ukraine continues to rage, millions of refugees and displaced people are in urgent need of food, shelter, and hope.
Mission Eurasia’s ministry programs are strategically designed to promote indigenous evangelism, church planting, community impact, humanitarian aid, and gospel witness in Eurasia, Israel, and beyond—all through the leadership of young Next Generation Christians.
Read more about the countries where we work: