Prophets’ Story for Unreached Peoples

Distribute the Prophets’ Story video online in the heart languages of people groups where there are no Christians and no gospel witness.
Small villages in remote areas of Central Asia will now have access to the message of the gospel, possibly for the first time ever, through the Prophets’ Story video. Your gift will translate the videos into the heart languages of minority people groups where currently there are no Christians and no gospel witness and fund online distribution. Most of these unreached minority groups are Islamic and respect the former prophets of old. The common thread of redemption through sacrifice is woven throughout the video and culminates with Jesus Christ being the final sacrifice, the fulfillment of the prophecies.
Small villages in remote areas of Central Asia will now have access to the message of the gospel, possibly for the first time ever, through the Prophets’ Story video. Your gift will translate the videos into the heart languages of minority people groups where currently there are no Christians and no gospel witness and fund online distribution. Most of these unreached minority groups are Islamic and respect the former prophets of old. The common thread of redemption through sacrifice is woven throughout the video and culminates with Jesus Christ being the final sacrifice, the fulfillment of the prophecies.
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Training Center staff
$100
covers 1 month’s stipend
Transport & materials for local evangelists
$200
funds 1 team for 1 month
Travel expenses for local researcher
$300
covers 1 trip to UPG area
Gospel videos for villages
$2400
funds 1 yr of advertising
Gospel video in language w/o Scripture
$15000
provides for 5 UPG languages

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Central Asian Peoples

From the mountain peaks of the Caucasus to the steppes of Kazakhstan, the heartland of Asia is a place of mystery, having been mostly off-limits to travelers for the last 2000 years. With its blue-domed cities, frenetic bazaars, and remote yurts, Central Asia captures the romance of the Silk Road. Ancient traditions, loyal relationships, and generous hospitality make up the foundation of Central Asian values. Once home to the early church, Islam is now the predominant religion of Central Asia. Architecture, dress, and cultural expectations are all marked by it's influence.

Political, religious, and cultural divisions have fractured Central Asia's governments and global relations. This instability has left people seeking an anchor for hope and peace. Jesus is their peace, but most of Central Asia's 365 million people have no knowledge of the gospel.

Pray that as Central Asians will meet the life-giver and Prince of Peace so they can experience the abundant joy that Jesus offers.

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