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Project Apple Tree
Support pastors in this Bhuddist mountain kingdom where it is said that 90% of the population has never heard the name Jesus.
For payment options if you want to get involved, see the Projects main page.
Bhutan, a Bhuddist nation, does not allow the existance of most churches and Christians are not allowed access to certain privileges enjoyed by Bhutanese citizens.
INcontext supports a vibrant team of pastors who, despite restrictions, are passionate about the Gospel and want to see it spread throughout their nation, living by the principle of the apple tree - the idea that an apple tree's ultimate purpose is to produce more apple trees.