Berber, Senhaja in Morocco

The Senhaja Berbers are located in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco. Islam arrived in the ninth century, and at that time, they were spread across Northwest Africa. In the thirteenth century, several of their tribes formed a confederacy which established Morocco. They are primarily farmers and fisherman and some are Muslim teachers.

Problem Solvers

Many of those working in the Arab World are finding that Muslim peoples are becoming more and more interested in the Bible, but Bibles are in short supply in those areas.

Faces of Eurasia states,

“Our workers live in areas where Bibles are often not readily available. In many areas, residents have never met a Jesus follower. They have no reference point for discussing the claims of Christ. Yet they have great reverence for the Scriptures. Other than having missionaries on the ground, providing Bibles and New Testaments to seekers from a Muslim background is the most effective way of doing evangelism.”

See this article read how Bibles are changing lives in the Arab World, and how you can help:

Partnership // Move Beyond
  • Pray for church planting teams in Morocco.
  • Pray God opens their hearts to hear the gospel.
  • Pray for resources to help spread the gospel in Morocco.

“For everything that was written in the past was written to teach us, so that through the endurance taught in the Scriptures and the encouragement they provide we might have hope” (Romans 15:4, NIV).

To get involved, see the Eurasia Pipeline. Interested in more opportunities? See the Wide Open website.

Joshua HuverBerber, Senhaja in Morocco