WINDOW INTO EURO-ASIA.
The Euro-Asia Division spans 11 time zones and stretches from the Arctic Circle to the predominantly Muslim nations in the south. The people in this division were part of the Soviet Union, which for years restricted their freedom, especially freedom of religion. When Communism fell, the people rejoiced in the hope of new freedom and greater prosperity. But for most of the people living in Euro-Asia, the dream never became a reality, and they struggle to meet their basic needs today as they did 20 years ago.
The countries of the Euro-Asia Division are home to more than 279 million people, of which 140,000 are Seventh-day Adventists. That’s about one out of every 2,000 people.
This quarter’s Thirteenth Sabbath Offering will help build:
churches for existing congregations in Krasnoyarsk and Tomsk in Siberia, Russia
a church for an existing congregation in Central Asia
Children’s Project: Sabbath School lesson material in the local languages for children in Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia
April 2 | Edgar Gyanjumyan
April 9 | Gayane Sarukhanyan
April 16 | Vartan Grigorian
April 23 | Sergo and Dodo Namoradze
April 30 | Rozina Imanova
May 7 | Ruzala Alamdarova
May 14 | Olesia and Luda
May 21 | Anya Zaitseva
May 28 | Alexei Gurkin
June 4 | Evgeny and Angela
June 11 | Vasily Vaibert
June 18 | Olga and Marina