Tibet remains an exceedingly difficult region for the Gospel. Among the Kahm people there are very few believers, indeed it is possible that there are no Christians at all among the Northern Kahm group. Regular radio broadcast in the Kahm languages are a significant ministry where both the geography of the country and the distinctive Tibetan Buddhism have proven obstacles to the spread of the Good News.
While there is a seven hundred year history of missions in Tibet and still only a handful of believers, the harvest is ripe. The Tibetan church is growing and so is the missions force to reach them. Pray for the workers who face some of the harshest living conditions on the planet. Pray that the Lord would place a hedge around them. Pray the ‘Light of the nations’ would shine into the spiritual darkness of Tibetan Buddhism.