Be a Missionary In Georgia

Georgia, a country at the intersection of Europe and Asia, is a former Soviet Republic that’s home to Caucasus Mountain villages and Black Sea beaches. The country’s population of Georgians are primarily Greek Orthodox, but the main focus is the large population of Muslims that live in the country as well.

Georgia Quick Facts

  • Total Population:  3,718,200
  • People Groups: 39
  • Unreached People: 258,000
  • Unreached People Groups: 15
  • Official Language: Georgian
  • Major Religion: Christianity 80.7%

Potential Ministry Opportunities:

While ministry opportunities vary from year to year, here are a few things that have been done before to give you an idea of what ministry could look like in Georgia.

  • Ministry to the Deaf community
  • Church planting through youth/young adult clubs
  • Sports outreach
  • Serving at new church plants among unreached peoples (includes discipleship groups, children’s/youth ministry, worship ministry, logistic ministry)
  • Learn how to run a coffee shop and bring kingdom transformation through it.
  • Teaching English as a second language
  • Prayer Ministry – Intercede for this region that God would bring the promised revival
  • Christian Camps – help with running Christian camps throughout the year.

Things to Do – Places to Visit

  • Hike and Climb Mountains: For the more adventurous, Georgia is a treasure trove of beautiful mountain ranges, rock climbing, and mountaineering. You can climb Mount Kazbek or hike to remote ancient Christian monasteries.
  • Explore Ancient Ruins: Georgia is full of old ruins, castles, and museums to explore and learn about.

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