|Area (sq km):||1,285,216|
|FIPS Country Code:||PE|
|ISO Country Code:||PE|
|GRN Office:||Grabaciones Buenas Nuevas (Peru)|
Peru facts and figures
Geography: dry coastal area, high Andean plateau and Amazon jungles.
Capital: Lima 7.5 million.
Peoples: Amerindian 54.7%. Mestizo 32%. White 12%. Other 1.3%.
Official languages: Spanish and Quechua.
Total languages: 92 (25 with a New Testament).
Economy: Desperate poverty.
Religion: Religious freedom, but the Catholic Church receives preferential treatment.
(Some of the above data from 'Operation World')
Esta lista muestra los nombres primarios de los idiomas y dialectos.
Esta lista muestra solamente los idiomas y dialectos, en que hay material disponible en video o audio.
Encontrado 66 nombes de idiomas
Noticias acerca de Peru
Aventura Misionera Peru: Interested in short-term mission? Then perhaps GRN Australia's Aventura Misionera is your opportunity.
Distribution of Bible Stories in Peru: A team of Australians assisted with the distribution of bible stories and evangelism in Peru.
Report on Aventura Misionera Peru 2010: Delfin Ovalle shares his experiences on his short term mission trip to Peru on Aventura Misionera 2010.
Short Term Mission - a great learning experience: In July this year, Alex and Sybil Shaw (GRN Australia) with Elda and Veronica (GRN Peru) led a team of 5 Australian and 4 Chilean Christians on the third "Aventura Misionera" in Peru.
Oscar's Journey of Faith: "Now, 35 years later, I still remember these stories as a result of having listened to the records so often. In one way, thanks to these stories I am now a missionary."
Pastor José: This was the second time José has recorded with GRN personnel. The first time was some 40 years or so previously when a Recordist visited this remote region of the Peruvian jungle. In the intervening years José has become a strong Christian and Pastor.
Aventura Misionera Wokabaut Peru 2006 5:41 mins: The sights and sounds of Peru, from the Aventura Misionera Wokabaut team in October 2006.
Cassettes for the Yine in Peru: "We took the cassette in Yine and tried to get close to her but as she could not understand us she paid us no attention. So we turned the cassette on and at that moment she went quiet and turned and stopped."
Far from civilization... but not far from God: The Mashco Piro still live in the stone age. Not even their neighbors try to have any contact with them.