Where Worlds Meet is our monthly newsletter where you can read about some of the ways that God is moving in the Eurasia Region. Click on an article below to read about some stories of life change and how God is at work or subscribe below.
Game-lovers in Tbilisi form caring community where they are welcome. When I first arrived in Tbilisi, Georgia, I was concerned with finding a group of friends that would breathe life into me during my yearlong assignment here. I joined a worship team at the English-speaking church I attended, but there [...]
*Raya is a refugee from Syria. She is a single mother, and has three daughters. Her husband left her, so she raises their girls on her own. As a cross-cultural worker in the Middle East, *Genesis has had many opportunities to witness how God is working in families and children, [...]
While serving at a Nazarene school in the Middle East, *Genesis helped to connect the school with a local Christian nonprofit organization that is now offering football (soccer) clinics on Saturdays to the students, as well as local refugee children. Originally from Argentina, Genesis’s parents served the Nazarene church in [...]
A family from Syria welcomes Nazarene woman into their home - and finds some unexpected things in common. While many times women in the Middle East seem more open to the voice of the Holy Spirit than men, sometimes the unexpected happens. *Genesis shared this story: A friend asked me [...]
Nonprofit organization registered with government, and more As Aleksei Shipovalov and Olga Druzhinina enter their second year as pioneer missionaries in Riga, Latvia, they have made several important steps forward in establishing the presence of the Nazarene church there. In the fall, they successfully registered a nonprofit ministry with the [...]
Leaders highlight youth leadership in compassionate ministries Two years ago, while in a council meeting with Nazarene youth leaders from South Asia, Eurasia youth leader Diego Lopez was amazed at all the compassionate service projects the youth had organized and/or were leading. “It became my vision that we work to [...]