|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')
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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.
Canada Update - Fall 2008: PDF (462KB) - Aventura Misionera Peru ... The Amazing Race to San Vincente, Mexico ... Saber player update ... Director's Desk.
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."
Cassettes in Peru: AVENTURA MISIONERA with Alex and Sybil Shaw, June/July 2007.
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.
Going Bush in Peru: "Outsiders" have not always treated the local people well so they were somewhat reserved in their welcome. Thankfully, after we had been there a little while and given Gospel cassettes to the families, they realised we had not come to exploit or hurt them.