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This Christian Missionary Goes to the Ends of the Earth to Share the Gospel. Literally.

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There are no roads here. People use frozen lakes and rivers to get around on Reindeer or snowmobile. But it's here that the Gospel knows no bounds.


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How far will Christians go to share the Gospel? To the end of the world. Literally.

“There are no roads here. People use frozen lakes and rivers to get around on Reindeer or snowmobile,” reports George Thomas from one of the more remote places on the planet.

Such is life in the frigid tundra of a remote town in northern Russia, where the temperature usually hovers somewhere between a balmy -30 and -60 degrees Fahrenheit.

Insanely brutal conditions in Yamal, which translates to “the end of the world,” are not stopping Christians from making the difficult trek in order to share the good news of the Gospel.

Thomas made the insane four-hour snowmobile journey alongside a Christian missionary who has regularly made this trip to minister to this remote group of people.