The Mnema (mnay’-mah) people (a pseudonym) reside in Asia and number about 1,760,000 with 20,000 professing Christianity. According to the 2011 census, Christianity closely follows the national religion, while other
In 1920, when Baptist Mid-Missions began to minister in what would become the Central African Republic, no written language existed for the Sango. Only the French Bible, primarily used by the Catholics, was available to the tribal
The Tedim Chin (recently known as Zomi) people originated in a hill region among the townships of the Chin State of Myanmar and currently number about 411,000 worldwide. About 256,000 reside in Myanmar, while most of the
The Rhema people (a pseudonym) dwell among the deep green valleys, picturesque hills, and lush verdant fields of the eastern Himalayan mountains. One of the well-known sub-tribes of a vast Asian community, the Rhema
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