The Basque Country is located in the north of Spain, at the foot of the Pyrenees mountains where they’ve been located for centuries. They have a unique culture, different from other parts of Spain or France. They are community based, so they spend a great deal of time with family, friends, and co-workers.
The Basque people are considered an Unreached People Group, which means less than 2% of them would self-identify as an evangelical, or non-Catholic, Christian. They are a very secular culture with a clearly defined idea of what it means to be Basque. They are proud of their unique heritage and culture and pride themselves on being strong and independent.
Our Strategy and Initiatives
We work hard at building relationships in order to have open doors to share the gospel and the source of our hope.
Community services such as faith-based recovery and support programs and mentoring.
Investing in local pastoral and lay leadership to equip and develop those leaders to more effectively execute their mission of reaching the people in their own community.
Strategic prayer efforts seek to break down spiritual strongholds that prevent the gospel from penetrating the hearts and minds of the people.
Facilitating opportunities for dialogue between host cultures and English-speaking cultures to open conversations about life, faith and the good news of Jesus Christ.
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C/ JM Arizmendiarrieta 3, 2B
San Sebastian, Gipuzkoa
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