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
Fula Jalon: 5,293,000
Guinea Kpelle: 574,000
Guinea-Conakry, officially known as the Republic of Guinea, is located in western Africa and borders the Atlantic Ocean. It is referred to as Guinea-Conakry to distinguish it from neighboring Guinea-Bissau and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. The 10.9 million people who live here belong to 48 ethnic groups . The largest and most prominent groups are the Fula (40%), Mandingo (30%), and Susu (20%). A predominantly Islamic country, Muslims represent about 85% of the population.
The country is divided into four main geographic regions: the Basse-Coté lowlands, populated mainly by the Susu ethnic group; the cooler, mountainous Fouta Djallon that run roughly north-south through the middle of the country, populated by Fulas, the Sahelian Haute-Guinea to the northeast, populated by Malinké, and the forested jungle regions in the southeast, with several ethnic groups.
Guinea received its independence from France in 1958, and French remains the primary language used in schools, government, and the media. Agriculture and mineral production drive the economy. It is the world´s second largest producer of the rock bauxite, from which aluminum is made. There are also rich deposits of gold and diamonds.
Operation World reports that relative freedom exists for Christians to witness and conduct missionary activities. Intolerance by Muslims has increased in some areas, however.
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GUINEA. In an area steeped in tribal witchcraft, a native ministry team showed the Jesus film and preached the gospel message. They were loading back into their vehicle when the chief of this unreached village stopped them. He was moved by what Christ suffered on the cross.
“This message of Jesus Christ touched me,” the chief said. “I believe; how do I become like you?”
GUINEA CONAKRY. Native missionaries of Souls for Jesus Ministries labor in one of the world’s poorest nations, which also suffers from political instability and Islamic invasion. The SJM ministry leader writes, “Costs keep increasing, making life and work more difficult. Our Muslim landlord raised the rent again. We pray to own our mission land and buildings so we can continue our work among unreached tribes and the children,” (shown here). Land costs $2000, ...