Praise the Lord that Christian Aid is reaching the nations!

— Donna K., PA

The letters we get from Christian Aid keep us informed of the needs of our brothers and sisters in Christ. Thank you so much.

— Charles and Susana C., KY

Thank God for the good work you are doing.

— David E., NY

I praise God for the GREAT and MARVELOUS work He is doing through your ministries to our Brethren.

— DonnElise K.

Thank you for the letters included with our receipts. They help me understand your work. They remind me to pray for you….because you are missionaries too.

— Janet H., MT

Praise God for your ministry! Many others need to do missions this way.

— Sonja K., ME

Praying for each of you every day!

— Kenneth S., FL

Top 5 People Groups

Chadian Arab: 2,278,000

Sara Ngambai: 1,434,000

Kanembu: 702,000

Sara Majingai-Ngama: 508,000

Maba: 451, 000


Muslim: 54.7%

Christian: 35.6%

Evangelical: 11.6%

Ethnic: 8.9%


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About Chad

Chad is a landlocked Central African country with 139 People Groups, 73 People Groups remain unreached according to the Joshua Project. Three religions co-exist in Chad: classical African religions, Islam, and Christianity. However, there is a great divide in Chad between the northern peoples (Muslims) and the southern peoples (Christian/Animist) which sometimes erupts into violence. The largest People Group is the Chadian Arab. The Chadian Arabs arrived from Sudan in the 14th Century and were primarily nomadic shepherds and slave traders. The Chadian Arabs are Sunni Muslims but do not seem very interested in the more fundamentalist variants of Islam.

Missionaries in Chad are facing an influx of refugees from the horrors of Darfur and are prepared to use this opportunity to minister to otherwise unreachable people.

Recent Prayerline Posts

CHAD. In 1935 Fred A. Birchmore, 25, circled the globe by bicycle. The entire trip, through Europe, Asia, and the United States, covered forty thousand miles. He pedaled about 25,000 miles. The rest was traveled by boat. He wore out seven sets of tires.

CHAD. When four native missionaries recently were martyred, they left 10 children between them. Who will pay for their schooling? Who will clothe them? Who will provide for their health care needs? Thirty other vulnerable orphans also need help to go to school. An indigenous ministry in this majority Islamic country seeks ...

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