This dissertation surveys Korean Baptist missionaries' work in Kazakhstan and recommends some effective strategies for twenty-first-century missions for Korean missionaries. This book briefly presents major emerging issues in world evangelization and the history of Kazakhstan, Central Asia. The writer also describes the cultural and religious contexts of that country, and traces the historical background of Korean churches and missions. Then, the writer analyzes and evaluates Korean Baptist missions in Kazakhstan through biblical, cultural, and strategic perspectives. Finally, the book illuminates the lessons to be learned from the analysis, and proposes some missiological and practical applications for Korean Baptist missions."