Fulani, Adamawa in Cameroon

The Adamawa Fulani are the group of Fulani who live in Nigeria's Adamawa province, and some of these people have found their way to Cameroon. The Fulani are a proud people who teach their young children to have tribal dignity. Fulani children are required to love their mothers and respect their elders. They are also taught to strictly hold on to important values such as generosity, honesty, and modesty.

Ministry Obstacles
The identity of the Fulani is tied to Islam. To follow Jesus is to risk losing much that is important within the Fulani culture.

Outreach Ideas
Much prayer is needed to prepare the hearts of the Fulani to seek the truth of the good news of Jesus. Pray they will become eager to learn and respond, with faith believing. Pray for workers.

Pray for the followers of Christ
There are some Adamawa Fulani who are Christian believers. Pray they will be taught the truths of Scripture, and will grow to become zealous disciples of Christ. Pray they lead holy lives.

Pray for the entire people group
Pray that God will overthrow spiritual forces of darkness opposing the spread of His Gospel. Pray the Fulani people will be able to care adequately for their families, and make schooling a priority for their children.

Scripture Focus
"For the earth will be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea."

Presented by Joshua Project