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Laos, Southeast Asia
Population: 6,912,000
Chief of State: President Chuomaly Sayasone
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong
Christians: 3.2%
Evangelical Christians: 2.1%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: 19th
Life Expectancy: 63.88 Years
Literacy Rate: 73%
Population Below Poverty Line: 22%
Refugees Living in Laos: 7,559

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Sports ministry has been an open door in Laos, as avid soccer fans want to participate in workshops and skills training. As relationships are quickly built on the soccer field, they also open the door for spiritual conversations. Christian workers frequently find opportunities to share the Gospel and to testify about ways Jesus has been part of their lives. A number of people have become Christians through this kind of ministry and discipleship continues on the sports fields. Pray that new believers are able to share with other team mates (The Bible, Hebrews 10:35).

Source: Christian workers in the region

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Laos, Southeast Asia
Population: 6,912,000
Chief of State: President Chuomaly Sayasone
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Thongsing Thammavong
Christians: 3.2%
Evangelical Christians: 2.1%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: 19th
Life Expectancy: 63.88 Years
Literacy Rate: 73%
Population Below Poverty Line: 22%
Refugees Living in Laos: 7,559

Pray for Laos - facebook page

Sports ministry has been an open door in Laos, as avid soccer fans want to participate in workshops and skills training. As relationships are quickly built on the soccer field, they also open the door for spiritual conversations. Christian workers frequently find opportunities to share the Gospel and to testify about ways Jesus has been part of their lives. A number of people have become Christians through this kind of ministry and discipleship continues on the sports fields. Pray that new believers are able to share with other team mates (The Bible, Hebrews 10:35).

Source: Christian workers in the region