The Czech Republic enjoys one of central Europe’s most developed economies and remains a draw for tourists from around the world. Following the bloodless “Velvet Revolution,” the country has become an increasingly open society.
However, nearly 1 in 4 Czech citizens claim no religious affiliation, making it an important location for missions agencies. Recently, new expressions of Christianity have been rising up, reaching a new generation for Christ. Home churches and prayer movements are driving this new grassroots movement. Still, 19 of the 62 people groups in the Czech Republic remain unreached, impacting 25,000 lives.