Estonia is one of the most successful of the post-Soviet economies. Movement to a free market capitalist society has increased economic growth and foreign investments. They now have complete religious freedom, which is an open door for Christianity but also for religious error. Marginal groups such as Mormon have a large influence there, and most Estonians have a very limited Christian faith. Pray for missionaries and the right tools and resources for the people to have access to the truth and light of Jesus Christ.
Eritrea is a small country in the horn of Africa along the coast of the Red Sea. War with neighboring Ethiopia, a Marxist government, and severe religious restrictions have kept the country very poor. Literacy rate is 56%, and half the population lives on less than $1 per day. All religious groups are banned from meeting and practicing their faith except for the four officially recognized religions: Sunni Islam, Eritrean Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Evangelical Lutheran. Even then, there is much religious persecution and imprisonment. Since 2002, almost all missionaries and foreign aid workers of […]
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