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Equatorial Guinea

Congratulations on 60 years of Christian service!

— Nancy W., VA

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


Top 5 People Groups

Fang: 463,000

Yoruba: 61,500

Bube: 53,900

Igbo: 30,700

Spaniard: 23,000

Religion

Christian: 89.1%

Evangelical: 4.5%

Muslim: 4.2%

Ethnic: 3.8%

Non-Religious: 2.0%


Reference:

Operation World

CIA Factbook

Joshua Project


About Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea consists of a small enclave, Rio Muni, on the African mainland and several islands in the Gulf of Guinea, including Bioko and Pegalu. It is home to 21 People Groups only 2 of whom are considered unreached by the Joshua Project. The people of Equatorial Guinea are predominately Roman Catholic but many are still influenced by traditional animism.

Recent Prayerline Posts

EQUATORIAL GUINEA. Missionary Fellowship Ministries’ leader Armand Bacca writes, “Africa School of Missions has profoundly affected MFM. I pray to die to myself everyday so the life of Christ is manifested in me. Please pray for our missionaries as we travel to remote areas. Public taxis speed dangerously, and there are lots of accidents. A car costs $8000 and would greatly facilitate the work. We have been working among unreached tribes along the coast. Intensified witchcraft attacks caused some congregations planted by foreign ministries to disappear. Our churches are the only ones left, and our converts are standing strong ...

EQUATORIAL GUINEA. Gospel workers face distinctive problems in this unique, geographically-divided country. Recently discovered oil has placed enormous wealth in the hands of a very few while 70% of Guineans live on less than $2/day. Potential riches have also produced an influx of many foreign unbelievers as well as cults. Missionary Fellowship Ministries works among 7 unreached indigenous people groups and needs regular support ($120/mo) for 8 gospel workers. MFM leader Armand Bacca asks that we pray for breakthrough among his people. Africa Director Rae Burnett took this picture of street children in the capital city of Malabo.

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