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China, East Asia
Population: 1,367,485,000
Chief of State: President Xi Jinping
Head of Gov.: Premier Li Keqiang
Christians: 7.8%
Evangelical Christians: 6.3%
Dominant Religion: Non-Religious
Persecution Ranking: 27th
Life Expectancy: 75.3 Years
Literacy Rate: 95.1%
Population Below Poverty Line: 6.1%
Refugees Living in China: 301,519

Pray for China facebook page

In September China celebrated the 70th anniversary of Chairman Mao declaring the founding of the People’s Republic of China. President Xi Jinping’s speech was filled with praise for the people of China, “There’s no force that can shake the foundations of this great nation. No force can stop the Chinese people and the Chinese nation forging ahead!” Today we declare the Triune God is well able to shake the nation of China, and is doing so in miraculous ways.

Praise God for the unstoppable growth of the Church in China and ask God to continue to strengthen and sharpen His Church there (The Bible, Psalm 99:1).

Source: With cannon blasts in Tiananmen Square, communist China kicks off the 70th anniversary of its founding (Los Angeles Times)

Tibet, South Asia
Population: 7,800,000
Chief of State: Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay
Christians: 0.3%
Evangelical Christians: >0.1%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 67 Years
Literacy Rate: 35.5%
Population Below Poverty Line: >70%
Refugees Living in Tibet: 150,000

Pray4Tibet Facebook Page

Tibet is a Himalayan state considered a part of China. Many desire that Tibet be its own country in its own right. China massacred more than a million people in its reinvasion of Tibet many years ago, but freedom has never been restored and tensions remain high. Chinese surveillance in Tibet and of Tibetan people around the world is all-pervasive. This year there are reports of China introducing facial recognition technology to increase its control over its ethnic minorities. Tibet’s exiled Buddhist spiritual leader is the Dalai Lama. He is seen by his followers as a living god, but by China as a separatist threat. With the tacit approval of Chinese authorities, Christian missionaries function freely in Tibet. The Chinese government views Christian missionaries as a counterforce to Tibetan Buddhism and as a boon to the local economy.

Praise Report
Praise God for the relative freedom that Christian missionaries experience in Tibet. Pray that they will have great wisdom and boldness to share the Gospel widely (The Bible, Proverbs 28:1).

Prayer Requests
Pray that Tibetan people will have many opportunities to hear the Gospel through the internet, mobile devices and printed literature (The Bible, John 10:27).
Since there is so little kindness and grace shown towards Tibetan people living in China, pray that the love, kindness and acceptance of Jesus will transform their lives (The Bible, Romans 2:4).

Call to Salvation
Pray for the salvation of the Dalai Lama and many other Buddhist monks (The Bible, Hebrews 2:3).

Sources: WIN
Back to World Map
China, East Asia
Population: 1,367,485,000
Chief of State: President Xi Jinping
Head of Gov.: Premier Li Keqiang
Christians: 7.8%
Evangelical Christians: 6.3%
Dominant Religion: Non-Religious
Persecution Ranking: 27th
Life Expectancy: 75.3 Years
Literacy Rate: 95.1%
Population Below Poverty Line: 6.1%
Refugees Living in China: 301,519

Pray for China facebook page

In September China celebrated the 70th anniversary of Chairman Mao declaring the founding of the People’s Republic of China. President Xi Jinping’s speech was filled with praise for the people of China, “There’s no force that can shake the foundations of this great nation. No force can stop the Chinese people and the Chinese nation forging ahead!” Today we declare the Triune God is well able to shake the nation of China, and is doing so in miraculous ways.

Praise God for the unstoppable growth of the Church in China and ask God to continue to strengthen and sharpen His Church there (The Bible, Psalm 99:1).

Source: With cannon blasts in Tiananmen Square, communist China kicks off the 70th anniversary of its founding (Los Angeles Times)

Tibet, South Asia
Population: 7,800,000
Chief of State: Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay
Head of Gov.: Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay
Christians: 0.3%
Evangelical Christians: >0.1%
Dominant Religion: Buddhism
Persecution Ranking: Not Ranked
Life Expectancy: 67 Years
Literacy Rate: 35.5%
Population Below Poverty Line: >70%
Refugees Living in Tibet: 150,000

Pray4Tibet Facebook Page

Tibet is a Himalayan state considered a part of China. Many desire that Tibet be its own country in its own right. China massacred more than a million people in its reinvasion of Tibet many years ago, but freedom has never been restored and tensions remain high. Chinese surveillance in Tibet and of Tibetan people around the world is all-pervasive. This year there are reports of China introducing facial recognition technology to increase its control over its ethnic minorities. Tibet’s exiled Buddhist spiritual leader is the Dalai Lama. He is seen by his followers as a living god, but by China as a separatist threat. With the tacit approval of Chinese authorities, Christian missionaries function freely in Tibet. The Chinese government views Christian missionaries as a counterforce to Tibetan Buddhism and as a boon to the local economy.

Praise Report
Praise God for the relative freedom that Christian missionaries experience in Tibet. Pray that they will have great wisdom and boldness to share the Gospel widely (The Bible, Proverbs 28:1).

Prayer Requests
Pray that Tibetan people will have many opportunities to hear the Gospel through the internet, mobile devices and printed literature (The Bible, John 10:27).
Since there is so little kindness and grace shown towards Tibetan people living in China, pray that the love, kindness and acceptance of Jesus will transform their lives (The Bible, Romans 2:4).

Call to Salvation
Pray for the salvation of the Dalai Lama and many other Buddhist monks (The Bible, Hebrews 2:3).

Sources: WIN