The Lachi people of northern Vietnam have some unusual wedding customs. The groom and his best men are "tied" up in white cotton cloth. They must "escape" from their bonds with the help of the matchmaker and capture the bride who pretends to fight off the groom. The Lachis practice folk religion with strong elements of ancestor worship. It is the responsibility of the eldest son to make regular prayers and offerings to the spirits of their fathers and grandfathers.
There are only a few Lachi believers. No gospel recordings are currently available in the Lachi language.
Hmong believers who live near the Lachi could befriend them and tell them about their Savior.
"On the glorious splendor of your majesty, and on your wondrous works, I will meditate." Psalm 145:5
Meditate on His goodness and splendor! Pray that many from today’s people group will do so as well.
Pray that village elders would be open to the claims of Christ when they hear about him. Pray that entire families come to the Lord.
|Primary Religion||Ethnic Religions|
|Online Audio NT||No|
|Christ Followers||Few, less than 2%|