Equatorial Guinea

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Equatorial Guinea

Republic of Equatorial Guinea

Africa

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Geography

Area: 28,051 sq km

A small enclave, Rio Muni, on the African mainland and several islands in the Gulf of Guinea, including Bioko (2,000 sq km) and Pegalu (Annobon, 10 sq km).

Population: 693,385    Annual Growth: 2.64%

Capital: Malabo

Urbanites: 39.7%

HDI Rank: 118 of 182 (UN Human Development Reports 2009)

Peoples

Peoples: 22 (9% unreached) All peoples
Unreached Peoples Prayer Card

Official language: Spanish; French    Languages: 14 All languages

Religion

Largest Religion: Christian

Religion               Pop %Ann Gr
Christians624,04790.002.5
Evangelicals30,4424.45.3

Prayercast

Challenges for Prayer

Training leaders and discipling believers are strategic and growing ministries. Three training institutions exist (Reformed, WEC, AoG) along with TEE programmes. YWAM runs short-term Discipleship Training Schools. Pray that graduates may be used of the Spirit to evangelize the nation and disciple believers. Pray for greater opportunities for laity to grow in their faith; the move from a nominal Catholic/animist worldview to a biblical one is a significant transition.

Missionaries have increased in number, including growing numbers from West and Central Africa, but they need wisdom in the convoluted socio-political situation. Several delicate and difficult situations in relating to indigenous leadership have occurred in recent years. Pray for grace and humility on the part of both expats and nationals. The main agencies are: EqGuiMsn, YWAM, AoG, WEC.

     For an additional 5 Challenges for Prayer see Operation World book, CD-ROM, or DVD-ROM.

More Information

The Operation World book, CD-ROM, and DVD-ROM provide far more information and fuel for prayer for the people of Equatorial Guinea.