Missions Journey: Students – Central Asia
This month students will learn about the work of Sam and Olivia Martyn and their family. Sam and Olivia recently moved to Germany with their three teenaged children. Previously, they served in a Central Asian country for nine years before being forced to leave. They now work with members of the same Central Asian people group who have immigrated to Germany. The Martyn family’s testimony demonstrates what can happen when a family prays for others and gets involved in serving. They serve as examples of Christians who do not lose focus on the lostness around them in their everyday lives.
This fully digital resource contains plans for four sessions, including links to the missions videos, missions project ideas, supplemental activities, prayer activities, and a leader devotion.
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