In 2006, after two years of meetings, interviews, and visits to government officials, Seed Eurasia finally received recognition by the government. This hard-won status made it the first ethnic church to be officially recognized. Now with legal status, Seed Eurasia is working to grow the small evangelical community through church multiplication and training. Partners International has supported the work of Seed Eurasia since 2001, helping to support local church planters and expand Seed Eurasia’s reach to the many unreached areas of the country where no local fellowships exist.

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In 2006, after two years of meetings, interviews, and visits to government officials, Seed Eurasia finally received recognition by the government. This hard-won status made it the first ethnic Protestant church to be officially recognized. Now with legal status, Seed Eurasia is working to grow the small evangelical community in the Middle East through church multiplication and training. Partners International has supported the work of Seed Eurasia since 2001, helping to support local church planters and expand reach to the many unreached areas of the country where no local fellowships exist.

 

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Opportunities to Intercede

July 21, 2017

  We believe this is a very important reason to worship the sovereignty of God as well as to intercede for the future!   Our cleaning lady recently chose to…

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April 2017 Update TRIP women meet and share about parables

Sharing parables…

April 19, 2017

Shortly after the beginning of this school year, a family education course was offered. I decided to attend in order to get to know the mothers of the children a…

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TRIP February 2017 Update Istanbul Protestant Church

Refugee community

February 16, 2017

  The refugee families we serve are generally very conservative. They know that we are Christians and even pray with us in the name of Jesus, but it is very…

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Seed Eurasia

Church Member Persecuted

October 18, 2016

Chelem*, has been a member of our church since nearly the start of the church in 1996. Sadly, he was stabbed two months ago while leaving his house. He carries…

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Prayers & Thank You, Seed Eurasia

June 1, 2016

Please Pray: For God to comfort the wife of our dear pastor who passed away and to give wisdom to organize the future leadership of the church. For the chapel…

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Troas Retreat, Camp & Conference Center

April 1, 2016

Last December 2014, we finally began construction of the main building of the Troas Retreat, Camp and Conference Center. Although the snow and rain kept the project stalled in January…

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Prayer Update: Seed Eurasia

October 24, 2015

We encourage you to continue to intercede for the various opportunities and challenges that we face in several areas: The wife of Pastor Kaan Koryurek, Alesandra, and Beshiktas church. May God comfort…

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House for Refugees

July 9, 2015

  At our center designed for refugee care this past year, we have had several different refugees. We work closely with the United Nations representative, who notifies us when someone…

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  1. Frank Gobel

    Hi Carlos, Remember me (missions pastor) and my wife (Georgeann) from Santa Cruz Bible Church, we broke bread together in Iraq. During my tenor there we supported Partners in Indonesia, Jordan, Iraq and a number of other locations. I would like to make direct contact with you re. your activities and prayers toward ISIS influenced areas. My prayer is this “Father
    God , In the might name of Jesus. Create a new wine skin in your church that can effectively facilitate the soon coming influx of ex-ISIS followers (45,000). I pray for strong leadership to cast vision and to provide strategic direction (Pauline callings Act 9:15-16). Lastly I pray for the release of some 5,000 missionaries from the Middle East be released into the “hard places” of the earth. In Jesus name.

    Blessings,
    Frank

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    • Partners International

      Thank you for your prayers, Pastor Frank! Your message has been forwarded to Carlos. Blessings!

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General Ministry Fund – Seed Eurasia

In 2006, after two years of meetings, interviews, and visits to government officials, Seed Eurasia finally received recognition by the government. This hard-won status made it the first ethnic Turkish Protestant church to be officially recognized. Now with legal status, IPCF is working to grow the small evangelical community in Turkey through church multiplication and training. Partners International has supported the work of Seed Eurasia since 2001, helping to support local church planters and expand IPCF’s reach to the many unreached areas of the country where no local Turkish fellowships exist.

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