Located in Eastern Africa, west of Somalia
North Ethiopia was one of the first Christian nations. In the 1970s and 1980s the Marxist regime persecuted Christians, but since 1991 there has been religious freedom. Massive growth in Protestant and Independent churches creates a greater expectation for further harvest, and although more Bible translations are needed, the Bible is being increasingly distributed and read.
Damtew Kifelew’s strange path to Christian leadership started when he beat up a believer.
A new strategy reaches the hidden people of Ethiopia by sending someone to travel with the Borenan nomads.
An Arizona State University pre-med student traveled to Ethiopia to share the gospel and gained a new vision for her life during Operation Sunrise Africa.
Drawings in the dirt and hand signs carry the basic truths of Christianity around Ethiopian jails.
At 15-years-old, Tariku was denied a place to sleep, food to eat and a school to go to. Then God provided for Tariku physical needs and sent him on an eternal mission.
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