Since Jamin doesn’t blog, and I didn’t go to Kyrgyzstan, this post will not do the trip justice. 🙂 I’ll just tell a few of the things I do know, and you can at least get an idea of what the trip was like.
Here, Jamin is preaching with an interpreter. It was a new and strange experience for him. They have church in their house, because it is illegal for them to do otherwise. I think they have to have 200 members to start a “church”, so that could take a while because you really can’t go soul winning either.
I am sorely lacking for details. 🙂 It was a wonderful trip and I know the Lord did a lasting work in their hearts!