Central Asia

Serving as a single

It is quite a different challenge to move continents and serve across cultures as a single than as a family, but it also presents different opportunities.

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The housewife and the shopkeeper

Saule worked seven days a week, twelve hours a day. She worked hard to support her family back home. “What’s your dream, Saule? If you weren’t working in this job, what would you rather be doing?”

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What is home?

Home is a place.
Home is people.
Home is sacred.

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The God at the end of the line

We try to treat refugees not as numbers in a system but as people, loved by God and travelling a long and difficult road. We create spaces for them to step out of the lines, to drink tea, to learn new skills, to talk. Some share their stories more deeply, with whispered prayers in Jesus’ name.

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A bus ride to a world away

Alica and Gulzat are Christians who have set up a small kindergarten in their home. Your role has been to provide theoretical and practical knowledge about young children’s development to equip people like Alica and Gulzat.

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