The majority of the roughly 750,000 Gtsang Tibetans live along the Nepal-China border. Of the fewer than 70,000 who live in Nepal, the majority have settled primarily in the urban areas of Kathmandu and Pokhara.
Ninety-nine percent of Gtsang Tibetans are Buddhists. Few, if any, known followers of Jesus live among them.
Engagement — What’s Happening Now
STORY TO COME.
Sustainability — The Bigger Story
Workers have been called to reach out to the Tibetan Buddhist community in Nepal. Take a few minutes today to lift them up in prayer and ask for God’s blessing upon them as they minister and live among the Gtsang Tibetans.
Partnership — Move Beyond
— Pray that teams of workers will sense God’s call to plant churches among the Gtsang Tibetans of Nepal.
— Pray that the growing church in Nepal will find ways to communicate the gospel to this unreached people group.
Entrepreneurs: Consider partnering with AGWM to reach the unreached Tibetan Gtsang.
Readers, Writers, Speakers: The majority of unreached groups like the Tibetan Gtsang do not have the Scriptures in their language, and no missionaries are living and working among them to proclaim the good news and establish the church.
Problem Solvers: Nepal’s 31 million people belong to 343 distinct ethnolinguistic people groups. Of these, 328 are classified as unreached. Consider the widespread impact of reaching the Tibetan Gtsang and pray for the Spirit’s guidance as you connect with a community that is passionate about reaching this people group.