Please pray for the five groups of disciples in the Eurasian family of churches located in Central Asia: Tashkent, Uzbekistan; Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan; Dushanbe, Tajikistan; Ashgabat, Turkmenistan; Almaty, Kazakhstan. All of these churches have the challenge before them to reach out to and convert nationals. Please pray for the Russian-speaking disciples there to have true missionary hearts, learn the local languages and learn to effectively reach out to the national populations.
Please pray for the church in Perm: for young people to be baptized, for the disciples to grow stronger in faith, to deepen their love for others and their passion for sharing their faith; for their convictions to be solid!
Philip Gurinovich, 8, passed away suddenly from an epileptic seizure which occurred while he was at home, sleeping in his bed at night, in April 2019. His parents, Gena and Sveta, are faithful disciples in the church in St. Petersburg. Please pray for the Gurinoviches in their bereavement. Philip is survived by three siblings.
Masha is a young widow in the small church of Volgograd. Her story already boasts of inspiring answered prayers. Masha's husband, who was a young, devoted disciple, died at age 39 from a sudden aneurism just before Christmas, 2017. You can read their family's story here. Shortly after reading about Masha's sudden loss on this website and www.disciplestoday.org, two families, one in the USA and one in Denmark, stepped up to help support her and her three daughters with regul
Vika and Denis served on the church staff together in Vladivostok until one day in November, 2017, Vika suddenly fell to the floor while setting up for a preteen event. She was in a coma for several weeks and to this day remains in a somewhat vegetative state, cared for around the clock by Denis, his mother, and staff at various medical and rehabilitation facilities. Denis sends regular updates about Vika's condition and prayer requests on social media to a group of Vika's pr
Since October of 2018, an ever-increasing number of our sisters in Russian-speaking ministries from churches in Eastern Europe to the Far Eastern Pacific shores have gathered across nine time zones, once a month, on a webinar designed to spiritually strengthen and encourage the faith and health of our women's ministries in Europe and Eurasia. (On the call at right: sisters from Tashkent, Uzbekistan; Yekaterinburg, Nizhny Novgorod, and Crimea, Russia; and Kiev, Ukraine) We de
I was born in a family, where my mom and dad believe in God. From my early childhood, my parents and I attended the church of Christ in Yekaterinburg. Friends from church would often gather in our home. The atmosphere of those gatherings was always warm and friendly, but didn't get me thinking about God or start questioning the meaning of life. When I was entering my teen years, I started to have problems with my parents, lots of conflicts and disagreements. I ignored their a
"I love getting to be a part of Eurasian Missions, and the work that's being done there, to spread the gospel!" exudes Willie O'Quinn, from the Lawrence church of Christ in Kansas, USA, as he introduces this video, about the rise of the next generation of disciples making disciples in the church in the capital city of Siberia, in the Russian Federation. The church in Novosibirsk has invested in eight next-generation young ministry interns, who "have inspired the entire youth