Bhutan is a small kingdom in the eastern Himalaya Mountains above India.  The state religion is Buddhism.  Other religions are barely tolerated.  Proselytism is illegal, church buildings are not allowed, and Christians do not receive state benefits available to Buddhist, such as free education.  It is one of the least evangelized nations.  The New Testament has been translated into Dzongha, the national language, but the majority of indigenous languages have no Bible Scriptures.  There is shortwave radio as media, but that is about it.  The Jesus film is used around Bhutan and available in five […]
At only 54 square km, these 200 small islands in the North Atlantic is the third most-densely populated country in the world.  It is considered an earthly paradise with is superb climate and geographic position.  Christianity is a strong part of their heritage.  The organization United for Change, a large fellowship of pastors representing most of the evangelical churches, has recently formed to make prayer the overall priority among believers and to be a united voice to the community.  God will bless a nation who puts prayer as a priority. “Then if my people who […]

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