© 2017 by LightSys Code-a-Thon College Students: Josiah Bills, Emmett Budd, Lindsey Carroll, Dasch Fortner, Kyle Carter, Alicia Clark, and Hazen Johnson under direction of Dan Scribner
Berber, Southern Shilha of Morocco
The Shilha Berbers are a poor but proud people. They are tough and hard working, scratching out a meager existence in a part of the world that is physically antagonistic to an agricultural society. Most are farmers and shepherds. Some have now left their poor, overpopulated valleys, in hopes of finding a better life in the northern cities of Morocco.
Morocco is closed to Christian missionaries. Creative means to minister to these people are necessary.
Although the Shilha are Muslim, their religion is mingled with spiritism and mysticism. This blended religion has created a curiosity and yearning to know more about their god, which is an opening for the good news about Jesus.
There are some believers among the Shilha Berbers. Pray these believers will be rooted and established in love.
Pray for adequate health care for these people living in rural areas, and for educational opportunities for the youth.
"The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Therefore beseech the Lord of the harvest to send out workers into His harvest." Matthew 9:37-38
|People Name:||Berber, Southern Shilha|
|Online Audio NT:||Yes|
|Christ Followers:||Few, less than 2%|