Running along the eastern coast of Africa, Mozambique enjoys a wet tropical climate. Though one of the world’s poorest countries, the people have experienced a sustained period of peace since 1992, following 30 years of war.
After decades of brutal persecution under Mozambique’s former communist regime, religious freedom has been the catalyst to explosive evangelical growth. Between 1985-2010, the Church has even tripled in size. However, 780,000 people remain unreached, hailing from eight different people groups.