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Dream prompts seven new Chad churches

In the lowlands of Chad, the Lord is moving among the unreached Bua people, a nomadic group that currently follows a blend of Islam and animism. Islam is the majority religion in Chad, although about 10% of the population are evangelical Christians.

Iain Taylor; Partners International; God Reports; Operation World.

A local leader named Abdu*, has been ministering to the Bua for several years and sharing the gospel with them. During that time, he has discipled new believers and planted three house churches. But a few months ago, Abdu had to flee the area because of intense persecution. He continues to share the gospel among Muslims in a neighbouring country.