|Area (sq km):||147,181|
|FIPS Country Code:||NP|
|ISO Country Code:||NP|
|GRN Office:||Global Recordings Network Nepal|
'His' story in Nepal
Nepal has a population close on 30 million, consisting of many Ethnic groups.
Over 80 % of the people adhere to the Hindu religion, about 10% are Buddhist, 4% Muslim and 3.5% Kirant, plus other minority faiths, including Christians.
The Nepali language is spoken by 48%, with many other major and minor language groups. Many in government and business speak English. Less than 50% of the population can read.
No Christian was officially allowed to live in Nepal before 1960. By 1990 there was a measure of religious freedom to worship, but not to proselytize. However, by 2000 there were at least 400,000 Believers, in 3,000 or more congregations! (1.89% of the population)
The secret - prayer, willingness to suffer for Jesus, dynamic Nepali initiative in evangelism and church planting, and God's miracle-working power. A church has been planted in every one of the 75 districts of Nepal and there are at least some believers in most people groups of the country.
The country needs political stability and continuity of government after the first tempestuous decade of democracy which culminated in the assassination of the Royal Family. Pray for peace and for HIS STORY to continue.
(Information from the World Fact Book and from 'Operation World'.)
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News about Nepal
New Kyerung Recordings: Local believers given new recordings for outreach to the Kyerung people.
Partnership in Action: With the help of funds provided through the Bible Society, GRN Nepal has been able to make new recordings, print Bible picture books and do a huge amount of distribution of recordings, audiovisual materials and hand-wind Cassette and mp3 Saber players through local ministry partners in Nepal.
Long trek snares new GRN administrator: A 20-hour bus ride followed by three-day's walk to in Nepal has been God's way of leading Sydney businessman into challenging mission administration role.
Sabers in Nepal: "I had taken a Saber to give to the church leader there but then we went to a few places to try it out."
Trekabout Nepal: Good News from Down Under: GRN Australia's Trekabout Nepal 2011, involved eleven people who visited about 20 villages to share the Gospel.
Trekabout 2014: What you need to know if you want to come on Trekabout 2014
Another Saber in Action: Some feedback and photos of a church leader using the Saber in Nepal.
Trekabout 2012 - response: Feedback and comments from participants in GRN's short term mission to Nepal - Trekabout 2012.
Trekabout 2011 - The team's response: "I can't think of anything better - sharing the gospel with people who were keen to hear it, while bathing in mountain scenery."