Christians at Work in Troubled Ex-Soviet States

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The countries of the former Soviet Union have been rocked by a series of tragic events in recent weeks.

In Kyrgyzstan, the deposed president left his country after a political uprising overthrew his government and installed new leadership.

In Moscow, citizens are still shaken after Muslim suicide bombers carried out attacks on the Moscow subway that killed 39 people. The attackers came from the Republic of Chechnya in southern Russia, where radical Muslims have vowed to carry out jihad against the Russian government.

And just days after the attacks in Moscow, jihadis carried out attacks in Chechnya and the neighboring Republic of Dagestan.

In the midst of all the upheaval in these former Soviet states, Christians are at work. CBN News spoke with Sergey Rakhuba of Russian Ministries about the situation in those countries and how the Church is reacting. Click here to watch the interview.

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