Stories from Russia

My First Bible in the Shor language

My First Bible, an illustrated Bible storybook, was recently published in the Shor language for an indigenous tribe living in southern Siberia, Russia. 

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Moving to Mongolia

From a least-reached people group herself, Tuvan translator Buyana wants Tsaatan reindeer herders to hear about Jesus and know the God who changed her life.

 

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Bible storybook for the Tuvan people in Siberia

The illustrated My First Bible is now available in the Tuvan language!

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Andriod app Bible story for the Altai in Siberia

My First Bible in the Altai language is the first Andriod app with audio produced and published by OM EAST.

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A secure path for the Altai

The Altai people worship gods in trees, rivers and mountains. In mountain passes, it is traditional to perform rituals for safe passage. Workers in Siberia want the Altai to know their Creator-God who alone offers the security they seek. 

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Bible storybook in the Southern Altai language

Bible storybook published for the Altai minority people living in the Republic of Altai, Siberia .

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Entering a reindeer herder’s world

For many Nenets in Arctic Russia, reindeer are their life, their source of food, clothes, transport and shelter. Field worker E.S. longs for the Nenets to know Jesus, the true source of life.

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The Shepherd’s heart for the Nivkh

Inspired by the Good Shepherd who leaves the flock to look for the one, workers publish the Truth in Nivkh dialects though the people group is small.

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Bible storybook for the Nivkh

The first Bible stories in the Amur and Schmidt dialects have been published as an illustrated Bible storybook. These dialects are spoken by the Nivkh people group living in the Russian Far East.

 

 

 

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25 Bible stories in the Chukchi language

New book of 25 Bible stories in the Chukchi and Russian languages for the Chukchi people in Siberia, Russia.  

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New Bible storybook for the Chukchi

Believers travel by snowmobile or helicopter to share a message of great worth with indigenous reindeer herders and fishermen.

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Illustrated Bible stories for the Nivkh in the Russian Far East

“While working on the drawings, I have been thinking about how the Nivkh don’t know the Bible stories. It’s beautiful to think, that for many it will be the first time that they have read these stories and held God’s Word in their hands," said Julia, OM EAST graphic designer and artist. 

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