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About Burkina Faso
Burkina Faso is a landlocked country in the Sahel. It is home to 81 People Groups, 27 of whom are considered unreached by the Joshua Project. The official language is French but Moore and Jula are the two languages primarily used. The Mossi/Moore people are thought to be descended from the marriage of a Mamprusi princess and Mande hunter. Jula is also the name of the second largest People Group in the country; the Jula of Burkina Faso primarily live along the trade routes in the southwestern part of the country. The name dyula means "itinerant trader," and the Jula (Dyula) are respected for their trading abilities. Most Jula are Sunni Muslims with the remainder possessing Animist beliefs. Evangelical groups are growing but the hold of pre-Christian religions is strong upon the people, even among professing Christians.
Christian Aid supports indigenous missionaries who seek to spread the Gospel among the rural villages of Burkina Faso.
Recent Prayerline Posts
BURKINA FASO. Key to a native ministry’s outreach are children’s clubs in which song, play and Bible verses lead to gospel bridges. In one village, a children’s club helped start a primary school. Pray for more such fruits among Christian workers, who need contributions of any amount to enable them to expand God’s kingdom.
BURKINA FASO. According to Maurice Sawadogo, leader of Hope of Glory Ministries, a new mosque is opened almost every week in this desperately poor nation. In the face of the Islamic onslaught, native HGM missionaries tirelessly labor to share the gospel. Many have sacrificed everything, even moving to remote villages to disciple new believers. Without an income, these families are not able to send their children to school. ...