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October 2020
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Kazakhstan: pastors appeal to president over church land

Two pastors in Kazakhstan have appealed directly to the country’s president asking him to stop local authorities seizing the land on which their churches stand. City authorities in the capital Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana) have ordered the confiscation of the Grace Presbyterian Church building and the Agape Pentecostal Church building, which was under construction on…

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Missionary Spotlight – Fresh challenges in Kazakhstan

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February 2009
Kazakhstan

Missionary Spotlight – Fresh challenges in Kazakhstan

Fresh challenges in Kazakhstan   ‘The doors may not always be open!’ It was a sobering comment, made during a presentation by a Christian worker who knows the Central Asian context very well. It was also a considered comment, reflecting the changing scene in those spiritually needy republics, and specifically highlighting a critical development…

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Missionary Spotlight – Kazakhstan at the crossroads

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February 2009
Kazakhstan

Missionary Spotlight – Kazakhstan at the crossroads

Kazakhstan at the crossroads   Today Kazakhstan enjoys the most freedom of all among the former Soviet republics. So much so that it is due to take the chairmanship of the OBSE (The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) in 2010. However, there are attempts being made by political and religious leaders in…

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