Kyrgyzstan Mission Hub News – January

Dear Pastors, brothers, and sisters, peace be with you. Welcome to the Mission Hub News. We will be bringing you the latest news from the global ministries of Universal Abundance. This segment aims to provide dynamic reports on the activities done by our Gospel harvest fields around the world, keeping our missionary partners informed about the progress of Universal Abundance’s various mission fields. In this edition, we bring you news from the completed Central Asia Kyrgyzstan high school and university student camps. Please see the detailed report:

Thanks to God’s grace, both of our winter camps this year have concluded successfully. The eight-day camps attracted over 100 children in total. The high school camp took place from January 5th to the 8th, followed by the university student camp from January 9th to 12th. We extend our gratitude to God for bringing 24 short-term mission team members from the United States and Taiwan to serve these young people. They traveled long distances, facing the risks of harsh weather and viruses, serving these children with joy, all in accordance with God’s wonderful will.

The theme of this camp was “You Are Special.” Many children initially thought they were not outstanding enough to be considered “special.” However, with great patience, the camp leaders accompanied and assisted them, using various methods such as thematic information sharing and group discussions. Gradually, the children came to realize that every person’s life is extremely precious in the eyes of God.

At the same time, the children deeply felt the difference in the lives of the Christians who came from overseas to be with them. Whether from the United States, Europe, or Taiwan, these Christians dedicated their time, energy, and money to organize and serve in these camps. Despite differences in culture, language, and religious beliefs, they were willing to show the children the Love of God. Some of the children were moved to tears.

The impact of the camp was significant. We observed noticeable changes in every student who attended. Some of the children were able to smile. Many were deeply moved, and some children who attended for the first time willingly requested hugs, expressing a strong desire to continue participating in the camps next year, and even volunteering to learn more. On top of that, they actively participated in community service, experiencing the transformation brought about by love and respect in serving others, learning lessons of gratitude and willingness to contribute. We believe this life-changing force of love will continue to influence and change those around them. We offer our sincere thanks for this.

There is nothing more inspiring than witnessing the transformation of children’s lives. Although in a Muslim country where the practice of the Christian faith is significantly restricted, we cannot openly and directly preach God’s word. However, we believe the seeds of the Gospel have been sown in their hearts, hoping that one day these seeds will sprout, grow, and bear abundant fruit.

We also express our thanks to more than 20 short-term mission team members from around the world and local counselors. They witnessed firsthand how God’s grace was manifested through their service, building and refining their own lives. Despite experiencing physical ailments, the team members stayed strong, encouraging one another and serving God together. May God bless them, and we thank all those who prayed and supported their mission. And thank God for protecting our mission team while they sowed the seeds of faith! This concludes today’s program. Thank you for watching, and we’ll see you in the next episode!

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