The Goz Beida Project

Six People Groups identified by Finishing the Task as Unengaged Unreached People Groups live in the Goz Beida Region of Chad/Sudan in Africa.

 

An Unengaged Unreached People Group is an ethnic group with no Bible, and no known Christians among them, and up until now, no missions group going after them. 

 

In December 2018, LWM officially adopted these six groups:

Dagel, population 21,000

Kendeje, population 1,700

Kujarge, population 1,700

Sila, population 3,700

Surbakhal, population 8,400

Fongoro, population 2,800

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With over 25 years of missions experience in Chad, LWM Country Directors, Justin and Maimouna Robaye, are leading a team to engage these six people groups. 

 

Three Chadian near-culture families currently serve in the Goz Beida Region as missionaries.  Since
relocating to Goz Beida in 2019, the missionaries have seen dozens of conversions, water baptisms
and disciples are being made. A true church planting movement is underway.

 

You can join this work that is, literally, fulfilling history.  Jesus said, ”And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come.”  Matthew 24:14
 

Provide support for a missionary family serving in Goz Beida:

  • Full support: $350/month

  • Any contribution will help!  

  • 100% of your donation goes directly to this project.

 

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