Moroccan, Arabic-speaking in Morocco

Unreached of the Day  5/03/2020

Moroccan, Arabic-speaking in Morocco

670 AD, the Umayyads of Damascus completed the first Islamic conquest of the North African coastal plain, settling in what is now Morocco, which they called "Maghreb al Aqsa" or "The Far West." Arabs have ruled this region ever since, which includes the original Berber tribal groups of North Africa, some of whom were Christians before the Arab invasion. This cultural mix resulted in scholarly advances in science, mathematics, astronomy, geography, and medicine.

Ministry Obstacles

Although Morocco allows people from other religions to have religious freedom, the King of Morocco has declared that all native Moroccans are Sunni Muslims. Historically, ministry in Morocco won individuals away from their families and gathered them into new churches. As a result, many view Christianity as a threat to their families and communities.

Outreach Ideas

Christian businessmen may have opportunities to apply the model Jesus gave in Mt. 10 and Lk. 10 to find persons and households of peace and bless whole families and households among these Arab / Berber peoples.

Pray for the followers of Christ

Pray for the Holy Spirit to work powerfully through the many people witnessing to the Moroccan Arabs. Pray for Moroccan Arab believers to become effective and fruitful in sowing God's word among their families and communities to fuel a movement of God's blessing spreading from household to household.

Pray for the entire people group

Pray that a strong movement to Jesus will bring whole Moroccan Arab families and communities into a rich experience of God's blessing.

Scripture Focus

"...that all the peoples of the earth may know that the Lord is God; there is no one else." 1 Kings 8:60

People Name Moroccan, Arabic-speaking
Country Morocco
10/40 Window Yes
Population 23,655,000
World Population 27,716,000
Language Arabic, Moroccan Spoken
Primary Religion Islam
Bible New Testament
Online Audio NT Yes
Jesus Film Yes
Audio Recordings Yes
Christ Followers Few, less than 2%
Status Unreached
Progress Level: progress level image