Mission trips by other believers and churches in Tajikistan have already begun, an example of which is the ministry of an SGA Project 70 sponsored missionary.
For 3 years, he has been ministering in a regional capital, seeking to plant the first church in this strategic location.
He reports that “two people have believed, and ten people are seeking and open to the Gospel.”
He reports that he is also ministering in eight surrounding mountain villages, where he has 20 families who are open to the Gospel.
While we are thankful to God for these openings, his experiences prove what was known all along, that Gospel outreach into the spiritually dark region of Pamir will be difficult and will require godly wisdom and sensitivity.
Barriers of suspicion and antagonism will have to be dismantled, and SGA’s partners will have to be guided and directed by God in their approach and activity.