Intercession is a journey into the presence of God. Long for God's kingdom to come and for his will to be done as you lift up the names of the peoples of Central Asia.
September 19, 2014
CENTRAL ASIAN UNENGAGED PEOPLES The history of the Abaza people of Russia may date back to the 5th century B.C. Originating on the shores of the Black Sea, the Abaza claim their primary homeland to be in today’s Karachay-Cherkessia, in a place referred to as Abazina, with others scattered throughout the Caucasus. Their language is a dialect of the Northwest Caucasian language family, which means that it is probably very hard to learn! There is no Christian work among the Abaza. “Ask the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into his harvest field” (Matthew 9:38).
Behind the Ottoman glory, behind the gleaming waters of the Bosporus, and behind the postcards, the neighborhoods of Istanbul are in desperate need of the Gospel. Learn about twelve of Istanbul’s districts and pray for God to work for His glory in Istanbul’s neighborhoods.
Women serving in Central Asia invite you into their world, sharing with you some of the issues and deep hurts revealed when women gather around a steaming pot of tea. This booklet includes a guide to hosting a prayer tea.