When Open Doors began working in Kazakhstan 30 years ago, there were literally a handful of Christian Believers. When Kazakhstan came out from the Soviet Union, many returned to Islam, the religion they followed before Communism. So the Church was an underground movement for many years. Still many Christians meet in homes, as permission to register a church to meet officially is hard to get. Open Doors helped to provide Bibles in the Kazakh language to help disciple and train Believers. Pray that the Christians will once again experience a fresh touch from the Lord this Christmas season (The Bible, Titus 2:11-14).