Mobilising, training and equipping Christians for prayer

Bedouins live in tight-knit communities, usually a part of the larger tribe to which they belong. The word ‘Bedouin‘¬†comes from the Arabic word ‘bedu‘ which means desert dweller. Nomadic Bedouins are estimated to make up about one-tenth of the population in the Middle East.

Bedouins are renowned for their loyalty, hospitality and generosity. They are, however, almost completely unexposed to the Truth. Indeed, for centuries they were largely ignored, with little witness amongst them. Bedouins are proud Muslims. The first converts to Islam came from the Bedouin tribes living in and around Mecca. Therefore, Islam is embedded and deeply rooted in Bedouin.

There are Bedouins in Jordan that are totally unreached and people in Jordan said that they are unconvertible.


  • Pray for the Almighty Spirit of God to break through to this group and reveal Jesus’ love and salvation to them.

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