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Jeremiah 33:3

July 21—Please lift Pastor Franz Tissen, president of the Kazakh UECB, in prayer today. Also remember the UECB leaders in Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan as they fulfill their responsibilities.

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Insight from Michael

I am thankful and excited for the opportunity to share with you—our faithful partners—in a monthly column like this. The subject will differ from month to month, but the goal will be the same. I’ll share a few personal reflections that I hope will encourage your hearts. And I want to give God the glory for all that He is accomplishing to bring the lost to Himself across Russia and her neighboring countries.

Citizenship in Heaven for a Youth Without a Country

The Lord has led us in a wonderful way in our ministry to people who have troubled lives. It all began with our ministry to children, and that eventually led to organizing an introductory course to the Christian faith for their parents. We have led missions trips to neighboring Mongolia, and are involved in camps for children and youth. Seven young people attending our church have recently repented and trusted in the Lord Jesus for salvation.

The Fruit of Compassion Ministry

As you all know SGA is very much involved in the compassion ministries in Ukraine, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan. I want to share a story sent to us by a minister in Central Asia who visits one Muslim family of four: a mother, two sons and a daughter.

A New Aviation Ministry Takes Off

In 1992, a sister with an evangelistic heart began to reach out to villages extending to Provyeda. She shared the Gospel and distributed Bibles, but the distances to cover were great. One night, she dreamed of an airplane—one that would carry missionaries to these villages. And they all began to pray.

A Devastating Fire Couldn’t Stop Children’s Ministry!

I am Pastor Alexander in Belarus. During June, we hold a tent camp. This year—as in every year—we were getting ready and praying about it. Then the unexpected happened. The sauna, barn, and garage burned down late in the evening. Maryna asked me if we would still have the camp and I responded in the negative. Nevertheless, the Lord had other plans in mind.

A Door Closes for God to Open Another

Even though Russian Christmas was six months ago, we still continue to get wonderful reports from SGA-sponsored missionary pastors about the fruit of Immanuel’s Child outreaches that were held. Not long ago, we received a moving one from Ukraine and Pastor Vadim Adelfin, who describes how God sovereignly moved to open ministry doors after one seemed closed.

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