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|People Name:||Quechua, North Junin|
|Primary Language:||Quechua, North Junin|
|Christian Adherents:||90.00 %|
|Online Audio NT:||No|
|Affinity Bloc:||Latin-Caribbean Americans|
The Quechua, North Junin of Peru have a population of 60,000. They are part of the Quechua people cluster in the Latin-Caribbean Americans affinity bloc. This people group is found only in Peru. Their primary language is North Junin Quechua. The primary religion practiced by the Quechua, North Junin is ethno-religion, a system of religious practices closely tied to the identity of the ethnic group.
They are located in Central Peru, Junin state, Tarma and Huancayo.
They have a strong Catholic background mixed with traditional Inca beliefs of spititualism, sacred places and nature worship.
They need adequate health care, agricutural development, education and small business training.
* Pray that Christian churches will understand the role of pastors and deacons as servant leaders.
* Pray for mission teams entering the region for leadership training.
* Pray for storying teams that will train introduce believers to chronological Bible storying for evangelism and discipleship.