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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

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With a staggering population of more than 102 million people, it is the fastest growing economy in the region, but also one of the poorest. The nation has struggled to hang on to stability since anti-government protests began at the start of 2016, with another state of emergency declared at the start of 2018. A landmark meeting between new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, and the Eritrean president led to the nations declaring an end to their decades-long state of war. Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest independent nation and the oldest Christian country in Africa. Two thirds of Ethiopians are Christian (mainly Orthodox), and one third is Muslim. Radical Islam is rising. Though Ethiopia grants religious freedom, pressure surrounds Christian Believers. The prime minister, a born again Christian, has been making peace in all directions, so perhaps this will bring a measure of freedom in the future.

Praise Report
Praise God for reports of the fast growing disciple making movement taking place in Ethiopia despite the persecution and physical violence experience at the hands of Muslim communities (The Bible, Psalm 31:15).

Prayer Requests
Continue to pray that peace between Eritrea and Ethiopia will be lasting, and bring stability to both nations and cause both to prosper (The Bible, 1 Kings 2:2-4).
Pray that the government will have supernatural wisdom to know how to deal with ethnic tensions that are increasing within the country (The Bible, 1 Samuel 16:7).

Call to Salvation
Pray that those who persecute Christians will have life changing encounters with the love and mercy of Jesus (The Bible, Acts 9:4).

Sources: WIN
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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

With a staggering population of more than 102 million people, it is the fastest growing economy in the region, but also one of the poorest. The nation has struggled to hang on to stability since anti-government protests began at the start of 2016, with another state of emergency declared at the start of 2018. A landmark meeting between new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, and the Eritrean president led to the nations declaring an end to their decades-long state of war. Ethiopia is Africa’s oldest independent nation and the oldest Christian country in Africa. Two thirds of Ethiopians are Christian (mainly Orthodox), and one third is Muslim. Radical Islam is rising. Though Ethiopia grants religious freedom, pressure surrounds Christian Believers. The prime minister, a born again Christian, has been making peace in all directions, so perhaps this will bring a measure of freedom in the future.

Praise Report
Praise God for reports of the fast growing disciple making movement taking place in Ethiopia despite the persecution and physical violence experience at the hands of Muslim communities (The Bible, Psalm 31:15).

Prayer Requests
Continue to pray that peace between Eritrea and Ethiopia will be lasting, and bring stability to both nations and cause both to prosper (The Bible, 1 Kings 2:2-4).
Pray that the government will have supernatural wisdom to know how to deal with ethnic tensions that are increasing within the country (The Bible, 1 Samuel 16:7).

Call to Salvation
Pray that those who persecute Christians will have life changing encounters with the love and mercy of Jesus (The Bible, Acts 9:4).

Sources: WIN