Ministry hits milestone in Kazakhstan

By June 21, 2004

Kazakhstan (MNN) — It’s been more than ten years since the fall of communism and God is using the first leadership training school in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

According to The Bridge International , the Agape Bible College has had more than 1,000 students have graduated from the school. Of the graduates, more than 100 were sent as missionaries into totally unreached areas where they broke strongholds by prayer and fasting, then evangelized and pioneered new churches. The remainder of those graduates are now serving Christ in the home churches serving as evangelists, assistant pastors, cell group and worship leaders, and other ministry leaders.

Warren Hoytt, who periodically travels to Almaty to teach, says many of the students are ex-drug addicts. These people have not only escaped their addiction, but they are now spending time in prayer and fasting — seeking to advance His kingdom in this world.

Many of these people are attempting to break the grips of the majority religion in Kazakhstan. As The Bridge reports, many have come to Christ through the witness of these young people, dedicated to serving the Lord.

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