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It is becoming increasingly difficult to spread the gospel to the Central Asian region. Believers are experiencing persecution, churches are being closed, cross-cultural workers are being forced to leave the region and Christian organizations are being shut down. The majority of Central Asian believers are first-generation Christians and do not have a heritage of Christianity that they can draw from when facing difficulties.

Learn more on how TWR is seeking to provide radio programs to train and prepare the believers of this region to stand firm in their faith and help others along in their spiritual journey.