The small island nation of Dominica is lined with sandy beaches and dotted with mountains. The economy is driven largely by a thriving banana industry.
Problems to be solved
- The Carib population of Dominica are isolated from the rest of the population due to the rugged terrain. This makes it difficult to reach them with the gospel.
- Local pastors experience burnout as they often have to take a second job.
- The isolation of the nation leaves them needing fresh insight, wisdom and spiritual leadership.
Signs of hope
- Increase in Evangelical Christianity
- Good leadership from The Association of Evangelicals
(Source: Operation World, 2017)