Positioned in the horn of Africa, Ethiopia is one of the continent’s oldest independent nations. It experiences both fertile, mountainous plateaus and drought-prone lowlands. It is most famously known as the birthplace of coffee.

After decades of suffering under communist rule, the Church has forged an unrelenting love for the Gospel and one another. This has laid the groundwork for a strong missionary presence. The Bible is being widely distributed, demand is growing, and an evangelical movement is taking hold.

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Vital Statistics

Population: 84,975,606

Life Expectancy: 54.7 Years

Religions: Christianity (60%), Islam (34), Ethnic (3%)

Languages: Amharic, English, 85 Indigenous


  • Dessie, Ethiopia

    October 22, 2014 - November 1, 2014

    The team will be traveling to the Northern part of Ethiopia which is very poor and unreached with the gospel. We will be visiting in homes and in addition to sharing the gospel, we'll be educating people about trafficking. Read More ›

  • Ethiopia

    October 30, 2014 - November 9, 2014

    Our Expedition will be traveling to the Southern Region of Ethiopia. We will be providing medical clinics in several villages where medical care is limited and where Christians are few in number and persecuted. Read More ›

  • Bahir Dar, Ethiopia

    November 6-15, 2014

    We will be taking the gospel to people that have never heard that message and don't have access to it. Our goal will be to begin Bible studies for the new Christians that will ultimately become multiplying churches. Read More ›

  • Ziway, Ethiopia

    November 13-22, 2014

    We will return to this central region to predominantly Muslim villages to share the love of Christ through bible stories, testimonies and the gospel. We have seen God at work in powerful ways in bringing Ethiopians to Himself.

  • Amhara, Ethiopia

    February 10-21, 2015

    We will be spreading the love of Jesus through community development in partnership with believers in the Amhara region. This is an exceptionally challenging area due to significant local opposition to the Truth. Read More ›

  • Bahir Dar, Ethiopia

    March 4-14, 2015

    This area has less than .01% born again believers. Most of the people are Ethiopian Orthodox who have a lot of religion, but not an offer of a gracious, by faith salvation. Read More ›