Pisabo in Peru

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Map Source:  Amanecer Peru
People Name: Pisabo
Country: Peru
10/40 Window: No
Population: 700
World Population: 700
Primary Language: Pisabo
Primary Religion: Ethnic Religions
Christian Adherents: 0.00 %
Evangelicals: 0.00 %
Scripture: Translation Needed
Online Audio NT: No
Jesus Film: No
Audio Recordings: No
People Cluster: Amazon
Affinity Bloc: Latin-Caribbean Americans
Progress Level:

Introduction / History

The Pisabo are a subgroup of the Aguaruna people, one of the largest tribal groups in Peru. They live in Peru’s northeastern region. They have their own language which is one of the Jivaroan languages.

What Are Their Lives Like?

Like their ancestors before them, the Pisabo are hunters, food gatherers and farmers. Some grow cacao and coffee. Their natural environment is central to their survival, so they know their environment very well.

What Are Their Beliefs?

The Pisabo have their own traditional religions based on the worship of spirits.

What Are Their Needs?

The Pisabo people face political domination and discrimination. Others would like to exploit their land without their consent. There are efforts to empower them in Peru.

Prayer Points

Pray for the Holy Spirit to work mightily in their communities, blessing them in every way.

Pray for the Holy Spirit to give the Pisabo people a love for God's Word and a desire to spread its influence.

Pray for signs and wonders among them and for great breakthroughs with a rapid multiplication of disciples and house churches.

Pray for bold workers who are driven by the love of the Holy Spirit to go to them.

Pray for an unstoppable movement to Christ among them.

Text Source:   Joshua Project