Central Asian Mission College – Kazan, Tatarstan (Russia)
Our purpose: Since 2000, training Central Asian believers as church planters, evangelists, pastors & elders, and ministry leaders.
Our impact: Graduates have planted 30+ churches. Over 200 actively involved in church ministry in this largely forgotten and unreached region.
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Bank: Barclays Bank, 2, High Street, Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 1BG, United Kingdom.
Account name: Eurasian Ministries UK Trust.
Sort Code: 20-19-95
Account number: 10448265
Support a Student (SaS)
Would you as a church, small group, or individual consider supporting a student to enable them to be discipled and trained at our Central Asian Mission college in Kazan, Tatarstan?
How does SaS work?
A supporter commits to;
- financially support a student through year 1 of the college course – a gift and investment in Christ’s Kingdom of £975(any value contribution to this is welcome i.e. several churches or individuals could together support a student)
- Fervently pray for the student on a regular basis
- build a friendship and encourage the student – for example by making contact with them at least once a term
The student commits to:
- give their very best to study and apply what they learn at college – both in terms of Biblical knowledge, and growth in Christian character and Christlikeness
- Share their progress and prayer needs via a video at least once per term
- provide on-going pray updates to their supporter
Do get in touch if you would like to have an initial chat to explore the possibility of supporting a college student – call us on 01892 545509 or complete the form below…
Why not run a Central Asian Mission event?
Curious to find out more about the stans’ – Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan etc?
Surprised to know that a mission college exists right in the centre of the Russian Federation?
Sandwiched between Europe and Asia, but not firmly in either, this region has all but fallen from the gaze of the world and, more worryingly, the view of the Church. At 1/2 billion people, less than 1/2% of whom are Bible believing Christians – Central Asia is the least reached region of the world. But YOU can start to make a difference today – and one way you can do that is by holding a mission event at your church to raise awareness of Central Asia and the Eurasian Mission College. How much do you / or your church know about the Stans? In our experience, folk are fascinated to hear about the likes of Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan etc. and what God is doing in this largely forgotten region of the world.
Eurasian Ministries supports a Bible college in Kazan Tatarstan which opened in September 2000. Past students have been actively involved in planting 30 churches across Central Asia. Over 200 graduates are actively involved in church ministries. The college equips Central Asian believers for gospel ministry back in their homeland, across Central Asia.
Do join us for this presentation evening to discover answers to questions such as;
- Where are the Stans’? What is it like to live there?
- How does the Mission college train Central Asians for gospel ministry?
- What is it like to be a believer in Central Asia?
- What is the state of the Central Asian church? What are its main needs?
- What degree of persecution do Central Asian Christians face?
- How can I get involved? (in more ways than you might think!)
- How can I / our church best pray and support the Eurasian Mission College?
It would be lovely to meet you…
To discuss the possibility of holding some form of mission event, call us on 01892 545509 and ask for Marcus or Al. Alternatively, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why not use your bible teaching gifts at the Eurasian Mission College?
A range of UK pastors and bible teachers visit Kazan to teach for 1 or 2 week slots across a range of topics, bible books, and theology etc.
Literally everyone who has taught at the college, is keen to teach again if their circumstances allow, so that must say something. They go to be a blessing, and yet in return they find the experience a rich blessing for them personally, and their home church.
The college has an excellent team of translators. Some experience of cross cultural teaching is a bonus, although not essential. The college principal has a flexible approach and encourages UK visiting teachers to choose a subject they are passionate about, and often they choose topics that they have taught on, thus keeping the amount of study and preparation to a manageable level.
To discuss the possibility of teaching at the Eurasian Mission College in Kazan (Tatarstan), please call Marcus or Al on 01892 545509 for an initial chat. Alternatively, get in touch at email@example.com