Tibetan, Central in China

Nomadic tribes roamed Tibet as early as the second century BC. Around 600 AD the clans of Tibet were united, and the ancient Tibetan Bon religion (a mixture of magic, divination, demon worship, and sacrifices) was united with Buddhist teachings. Tibetan Buddhism is the life-blood of the Tibetan people. The patron saint of Tibet is Chenrezig, whose image has up to 11 heads and as many as 1000 arms.

Ministry Obstacles
"Tibet has long been one of the greatest challenges for Christianity". Operation China 2000

Outreach Ideas
Pray for workers needed to sow God's Word into Tibetan families, healing and strengthening households with God's blessings.

Pray for the followers of Christ
There are one or two small Tibetan fellowships in Lhasa. Pray for these believers to grow and become mature disciples of Christ, and to pray persistently for their Tibetan friends.

Pray for the entire people group
Pray for the Tibetan Buddhists to increasingly hunger to know a personal God, one who loves them, and who has sent his Son to die for their sin. Pray they will feel the reality of sin.

Scripture Focus
"I will give thanks to You, O Lord, among the peoples; I will sing praises to You among the nations ... Be exalted above the heavens, O God; Let Your glory be above all the earth." Psalm 57:9-11

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