Striking photography and in-depth stories reflect the humanity, spiritual hunger and hope of the peoples living along the Silk Road.
Persecution, Islam, and creative access are all realities that confront Christians serving along the Silk Road. This six-week study and journey through Scripture is a companion to the Silk Road book enabling small groups or Sunday School classes to go deeper in their understanding of God's work in Central Asia.
Life in Central Asia is difficult physically, spiritually and emotionally. Workers face unique struggles and need to know that they are not alone. Learn how to labor alongside them in prayer.
Participate in God’s work among Persian peoples by praying specifically and strategically for ten people groups - Aimaq, Afghan Diaspora, Afghans of Europe, Baluch, Gilaki, Hazara, Mazandarani, Nomads of Central Asia, Qizilbash and Tajik.
Eight prayer cards feature beautiful pictures, stories and prayer requests written by Christians serving among the Adyghe, Avar, Crimean Tatars, Mega city Central Asians, Kabardian, Kazakhs, Tatars, Uzbek and Yazgulom.