In areas where witchcraft, prostitution and alcoholism are rampant, native Christian workers visited homes to pray for people and share the gospel with them; over the course of six months, they shared the gospel with more than 2,000 people.
Local missionaries recently welcomed to a church service three new people of Muslim upbringing who put their faith in Christ as Lord and Savior. Prior to that workers had opportunities to share the gospel with many people, and 152 made decisions to follow Christ and receive an eternal inheritance.
A team of local missionaries brought the gospel to areas in the northern part of the country and saw 75 people trust in Christ for salvation.
In areas where traditional tribal religion and Islam are practiced, local missionaries have been visiting homes with the Good News of the kingdom.
In an area where most villagers practice traditional religions, local missionaries established a base for visiting homes with the message of salvation in Christ. After one such visit, a mother with three young children received Christ as Lord and Savior, and she has grown in faith in small group prayer and Bible study.
A 19-year-old man in Burundi had engaged in occultic practices for years, with sorcerers sending him to church services to carry out spiritual attacks.