Jordan is a desert region that borders the Dead Sea, and home to the famous archaeological site Petra, which dates to around 300 BC and home to many temples and tombs. Jordan is a moderate Arab Islam state but there is free exercise of religious belief, and the Christian church does have a public presence there.
After the two Gulf Wars, around one million Iraqis fled to Jordan, and nearly half have stayed. There has been a good response to the Christian missionaries helping them there. Pray that the churches will continue to be able to help the refugees and other marginalized people. Many Christian resources have been translated into Arabic and the Christian bookstores in Jordan are a central place where much of this material is sent to Iraq and other Arab nations.