Swaziland is a small, landlocked enclave between Mozambique and South Africa. Mainly agricultural, most of the trade is with South Africa. However, the prevalence of AIDS has seriously affected their economy. It was a British protectorate from 1899-1968 and then became democratic, but the outrageous wealth of the monarchy among this poor country is a highly charged issue. In Swaziland, the consistent sowing of the gospel over the last 160 years has led to a […]
Suriname is a diverse country in northeast coast of South America. It is made up of Asians, Creole, Maroon, Amerindian, with a mix of Christian, Hindu and Muslim. Most Christians are protestant. The Church has grown significantly among the Maroon peoples and the Amerindians, with teaching and support focusing on family and society, youth, and prayer movements. Pray that the Christian support and teaching will multiply positively for all people of Suriname.
Sudan is Africa’s largest country, in the middle of the continent, straddling the Nile Rivers. There are over 597 ethnic groups and subgroups, making it one of Africa’s most diverse populations. About 60% are Arab. Since its independence, aggressive Arabization and Islamization have provoked violent resistance from many areas, which caused greater discrimination, war and genocide by the government and military against its own people. Accused of harboring international terrorists, Sudan endures hostile relations with […]