Jordan

Number of People Groups

21

People Groups Unreached

14

Total Population

6,504,000

Unreached Population

6,119,000

Christian

2.05%

Evangelical

0.27%

Largest Religion

Islam (96%)

Official Language

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RELIGIONS
Largest Religion Islam
Buddhism
0.00%
Christianity
  Evangelical
2.05%
0.27%
Animist
0.00%
Chinese Religions
0.00%
Hinduism
0.00%
Bahai
0.00%
Sikh
0.00%
Judaism
0.00%
Islam
96.49%
Other Religions
0.60%
Unknown
0.00%
CHRISTIAN SEGMENTS
Anglican
3.19%
Independent
2.79%
Protestant
8.89%
Roman Catholic
22.19%
Orthodox
62.07%
Other Christian
0.60%

Notes:

RELIGIONS:Religion percentages are derived from summing Joshua Project's data for all the People Group who lives in each country. The number of individuals who practice each religion, by People Group, are summed. This number is divided by the country's total population to derive the religion's percentage.

Christianity Segments:Christian segment percentages are derived from summing Joshua Project's data for all the People Group who lives in each country. The number of individuals who practice each segment of Christianity, by People Group, are summed. This number is divided by the country's total population to derive the Christian segment's percentage.

Networking Possibilities

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There are many agencies and churches looking for additional staff to help them in their mission and calling in Jordan. Internet searches are probably the best way to find such an organization. The following are some example search topics you might try:

  • Church planting agencies in Jordan
  • Christian ministry in Jordan
  • Business as mission
  • Christian literature distribution
  • Evangelism agencies
  • Christian discipleship
  • Short term Christian missions
  • Long term Christian missions
  • Urban ministries
  • Christian media opportunities
  • Bible translation opportunities
  • Relief and development agencies
  • Clean water projects
  • Christian medical outreaches


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