Ethiopia was formed as a country about 1000 BC by Menelik, a son between King Solomon of Israel and the queen of Sheba (1 Kings 10:1-10). The area is 1,104,300 square kilometers and the population is about 102 million. GDP is 823 US dollars and it is a very poor country with 175th place in the world. The food shortage is a very serious problem of the country. The religion is Ethiopian Orthodox 43.5%, Islam 33.9%, and Protestant 18.6%.
Nigeria is a country with the largest population in Africa, about 190 million, and the only country in Africa to join OPEC. The capital city was recently moved to a city named Abuja which is located in the center of the country.
On 12.18 David Won Jr. and Anna Joy Ahn will go to Rwanda during the winter break as short term missionaries; Please pray for them to be great encouragement to M. Daniel, Deborah Yang and Rwanda leaders and members. They may learn to serve God's world mission work more and longer in their future life through this STM journey.
Today on Thanksgiving Day, God has given M. Deborah and me 2 Years Visa, along with a Residence Card! We pray that we may use this to serve Rwandan Campus Discipleship ministry freely without worrying about Visa any more. This visa will be easily renewed in every 2 Years! Thank God and thank you all! May God use this to serve Rwandan Campus Discipleship ministry freely without worrying about Visa any more.
Botswana is a country in the west of South Africa with a population of about 2.25 million. The main sources of income are diamonds, cattle export and tourism; the GDP is $17,918, and the main religion is 80% Christianity. The country is relatively safe and political leaders are honest and yet impoverished.