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Bahrain, Arabian Peninsula
Population: 1,347,000
Chief of State: King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Khalifa ibn Salman Al Khalifa
Christians: 8.2%
Evangelical Christians: 2.3%
Dominant Religion: Shia Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 78.73 Years
Literacy Rate: 94.6%
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Bahrain: 353

Pray for Bahrain - facebook page

Bahrain means "two bodies of water": the salt water ocean surrounding it is one body of water, and the other is the fresh water that used to spring up in the various oases in Bahrain. Because of its location in the center of Gulf shipping, Bahrain has been cosmopolitan and free thinking for centuries. The Kingdom of Bahrain is the most open island country in the Gulf region and opened its doors to some Christian influence. The constitution of Bahrain imposes no restrictions on the right to choose or practice one's religion, but neither is there any law to prevent discrimination. Converts from Islam to Christianity are shunned by society and sometimes subjected to physical abuse. Most Christians in Bahrain are expatriate workers. Many of the expatriate churches are now catching the vision of making disciples. There is a renewed devotion for prayer and witnessing in Bahrain. Encouragingly, there is also an increasing hunger for the Word of God and a willingness to hear the hope of the gospel.

Praise Report
Praise God that Bahrain is an oasis of freedom where Believers can worship and have a significant degree of freedom to serve God and the people in Bahrain (The Bible, Psalm 22:29).

Prayer Request
Pray that the royal Al Khalifa family, leaders, and government officials will work out political and economic differences for the good of the people, resulting in less unrest, increased stability, and improved employment opportunities (The Bible, Isaiah 14:7).
Pray that the expatriate churches like Indian, Filipino, Western, Arabic, will see that the Lord of the Harvest has brought expatriate believers to Bahrain for expanding the kingdom of Christ there (The Bible, Colossians 1:6).

Call to Salvation
Pray that the Lord will raise up a strong, vibrant, mature, local, Bahraini Church as He has promised that the gates of hell will not prevail against it (The Bible, Matthew 16:18).

Source: WIN
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Bahrain, Arabian Peninsula
Population: 1,347,000
Chief of State: King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Khalifa ibn Salman Al Khalifa
Christians: 8.2%
Evangelical Christians: 2.3%
Dominant Religion: Shia Islam
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 78.73 Years
Literacy Rate: 94.6%
Population Below Poverty Line: Unknown
Refugees Living in Bahrain: 353

Pray for Bahrain - facebook page

Bahrain means "two bodies of water": the salt water ocean surrounding it is one body of water, and the other is the fresh water that used to spring up in the various oases in Bahrain. Because of its location in the center of Gulf shipping, Bahrain has been cosmopolitan and free thinking for centuries. The Kingdom of Bahrain is the most open island country in the Gulf region and opened its doors to some Christian influence. The constitution of Bahrain imposes no restrictions on the right to choose or practice one's religion, but neither is there any law to prevent discrimination. Converts from Islam to Christianity are shunned by society and sometimes subjected to physical abuse. Most Christians in Bahrain are expatriate workers. Many of the expatriate churches are now catching the vision of making disciples. There is a renewed devotion for prayer and witnessing in Bahrain. Encouragingly, there is also an increasing hunger for the Word of God and a willingness to hear the hope of the gospel.

Praise Report
Praise God that Bahrain is an oasis of freedom where Believers can worship and have a significant degree of freedom to serve God and the people in Bahrain (The Bible, Psalm 22:29).

Prayer Request
Pray that the royal Al Khalifa family, leaders, and government officials will work out political and economic differences for the good of the people, resulting in less unrest, increased stability, and improved employment opportunities (The Bible, Isaiah 14:7).
Pray that the expatriate churches like Indian, Filipino, Western, Arabic, will see that the Lord of the Harvest has brought expatriate believers to Bahrain for expanding the kingdom of Christ there (The Bible, Colossians 1:6).

Call to Salvation
Pray that the Lord will raise up a strong, vibrant, mature, local, Bahraini Church as He has promised that the gates of hell will not prevail against it (The Bible, Matthew 16:18).

Source: WIN