March 01, 2013 by Helen Bruce and Gary Fujino
During the months of March and April we will be praying for the Eurasian peoples, with special focus on the people of the North Caucaus and the East Asian peoples, with special focus on the Japanese.
After hundreds of years of battles for Soul and Soil, the Caucasus nations today remain in a “graceless chasm.” Hence the Caucasus proverb: “When will the blood cease to flow in the Caucasus Mountains? When the sugar canes grow in the snow.”
The Japanese of Japan are the world’s second largest unreached people group with less than one-half of one percent of its 127 million people defined as “evangelical”, and barely 2% in Japan even professing "Christian" faith.
Tags: affinity bloc, asia, caucasus, eurasia, japan