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Ethiopia, East Africa
Population: 99,466,000
Chief of State: President Mulatu Teshome
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn
Christians: 60.1%
Evangelical Christians: 17.4%
Dominant Religion: Christianity
Persecution Ranking: 28th
Life Expectancy: 57.64 Years
Literacy Rate: 39%
Population Below Poverty Line: 39%
Refugees Living in Ethiopia: 665,240

Pray for Ethiopia - facebook page

Praise God for testimonies of extensive church growth across Ethiopia. Indigenous church planters have developed an intentional strategy to send out a small team of evangelists together with a small team of prayer warriors. The spiritual battle is very intense and sometimes physical attacks occur. They acknowledge that it is not possible to move forward in church planting without the prayer, and at the same time the prayer changes hearts and allows the Gospel to take root. Praise God for this church growth and continue to ask God to protect their lives and multiply the church growth (The Bible, Mark 4:8).

Source: Christian workers in the region

Back to World Map
Ethiopia, East Africa
Population: 99,466,000
Chief of State: President Mulatu Teshome
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn
Christians: 60.1%
Evangelical Christians: 17.4%
Dominant Religion: Christianity
Persecution Ranking: 28th
Life Expectancy: 57.64 Years
Literacy Rate: 39%
Population Below Poverty Line: 39%
Refugees Living in Ethiopia: 665,240

Pray for Ethiopia - facebook page

Praise God for testimonies of extensive church growth across Ethiopia. Indigenous church planters have developed an intentional strategy to send out a small team of evangelists together with a small team of prayer warriors. The spiritual battle is very intense and sometimes physical attacks occur. They acknowledge that it is not possible to move forward in church planting without the prayer, and at the same time the prayer changes hearts and allows the Gospel to take root. Praise God for this church growth and continue to ask God to protect their lives and multiply the church growth (The Bible, Mark 4:8).

Source: Christian workers in the region