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Top 5 People Groups
Togo is a small African nation wedged between Ghana and Benin. Togo is home to 54 People Groups, 6 of whom remain unreached according to the Joshua Project. Christianity has grown rapidly in recent decades but faces the combined threat of Islam and one of the largest percentages of practicing animists in all of Africa.
Christian Aid supports indigenous missionaries who work among the Muslim tribes spreading the Gospel.
Recent Prayerline Posts
TOGO. While well-financed Islamic missionaries are converting much of this nation, Christopher Djatta, leader of Warriors for Christ, and his coworkers use what little they have to spread the gospel. More than 100 former Muslims are being discipled by 14 WFC missionaries, ten of whom have no income. Pray for $3500 each for ten missionaries to open small “tent-making” businesses in the Muslim communities they are reaching.
TOGO. Warriors for Christ leader writes, “Pakistanis send Muslim missionaries to communities where we work. They travel village to village making “converts” by giving money, food or wells. Because our vehicle is broken, I drove 40 miles on a motorcycle to visit one field. On my return, a brand new 4X4 with darkened windows and someone inside taking pictures followed me. Eventually, they left me alone. WFC needs your prayers and financial help to do more ...
Indigenous Missions Projects in Togo
Posted June 21, 2012 - Togo
WFC has sent missionaries to the field most of whom receive no support, necessitating “tent-making” businesses to generate income and be accepted within their mission field without drawing suspicion. In most cases, having a small shop is the only way to successfully enter an unreached tribal village. Read more.
Posted April 25, 2012 - Africa
Providing clean drinking water to poor African villagers is one of the most effective ways to open their hearts to the gospel. The following are a few examples of how wells are helping Christian Aid-supported native missionaries build God’s kingdom in Africa. Read more.
February 14, 2012 - Christopher Djatta was born into the Islamic Kotokoli tribe, the second largest people group in the West African francophone nation of Togo. When I met him in 2001, he was one of only 200 professing Christians among his tribe numbering 600,000. Read more.