Straddling both Europe and Asia, Kazakhstan is a land of free spirits.
The term “kazakh” comes from an ancient Turk word meaning, “independent; free spirit”—a perfect description for its horseback nomadic culture.
The last to declare independence from the Soviet Union in 1991, Kazakhstan is the 9th largest country in the world and has the strongest economy in Central Asia.
With 70% of its population Muslim and 26% Russian Orthodox, it is also a land in need of the Gospel.
Will you share the freedom of life in Christ in Kazakhstan?