Still one of the least-evangelized nations on earth, Bhutan’s Buddhist monarchy and the strong occultic influence within society ensure difficult times for believers. Very few churches are allowed their own buildings, yet, unsurprisingly, groups of worshippers are springing up across the country.
Opportunities for ministry are highly restricted. Formal training of leaders for the Bhutanese church has been our primary focus.
Bhutan was closed off to all Christian witness until the mid-1960s. A period of relative opportunity followed but since 1990 restrictions have been in place once more.
We are privileged to partner with friends ministering at grassroots level to train and place effective workers across the country. Evangelism remains illegal.