Ways to get involved
Personal prayer – Signup for updates
We send out prayer updates 2-3 times per week to help you pray for the Basque Country with up to date information. These will enable you to more effectively intercede for the Basque people.
Virtual Prayer Groups Online
We organize regular prayer groups using Zoom online conferences. This allows you wherever you are to join a prayer group, even if you’re in the car.
Small Group Prayer in Homes or Churches
We are looking for leaders who will organize small groups of people to gather in their church or home to pray regularly (at least once a month) to pray for Basque Country.
About the Basque Country
The Basque Country is complicated. Some of it is in Spain. And some of it is in France. But many people wouldn't consider themselves Spanish or French.
Of the 3 million people who live in the Basque Country, only 1 million or so are Basque speakers. But those who do speak Basque consider the language to be a very significant part of their identity.
Basque people are traditionally Catholic, and yet on any given Sunday, less than 6% of people attend mass, and less than that have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
These facts lead us to ask several questions. What does it mean to be Basque? What does it mean to follow Jesus? And finally, what would it look like to be Basque AND follow Jesus?
Basque Speakers as percent of population
Percent of young people who believe in a god or higher power
Percent of people that attend mass weekly
Percent of Christ followers
Latest Prayer Updates
Please pray for a church of about 70-80 people that meets regularly in the neighborhood of Altza in Donostia. Many people in this neighborhood need the hope of Jesus and this church can be a light for them. This church along with other churches have gathered together in unified prayer this week. Would you join[…]
Today would you please pray for S*, a student who has begun studying more about Jesus, has visited an Evangelical church in the area and is spiritually searching. Pray for God to open her heart to Him and to give her the gift of faith. =============================================== Hoy ora por S*, una estudiante que ha comenzado[…]
This Saturday is the first day (of 7 days) of organized prayer gatherings in the Basque Country for the Basque people. A small team of people travels to a different province in the Basque Country for the next 7 weeks and gather the few believers that are there to ask God to move in the[…]
Para leer este párrafo en castellano desplaza el cursor hacia abajo. The paragraph above was written by a young girl in an English class studying Martin Luther King Jr. As you can see, at a young age she has a sense that it’s wrong to try to change someone’s religion. To be honest, we agree[…]
Para leer este párrafo en castellano desplaza el cursor hacia abajo. Above is a map of the prisoners of a former Basque terrorist group and where they are currently in prison. To the casual observer, this may not seem like a big deal, but by Spanish law, prisoners are supposed to be in the prison[…]
Para leer este párrafo en castellano desplaza el cursor hacia abajo. Above is a map of 3 of the Spanish provinces of the Basque Country. The blue towns are those that have some sort of Evangelical church presence. The red towns are those that may have individual believers, but have no physical church presence. In[…]
Para leer este párrafo en castellano desplaza el cursor hacia abajo. In a recent spiritual survey on the campus of the Basque Country, more than 40% of students revealed that their main worldview is that of existentialism. Existentialism is basically the believe that each person makes their own reality and must choose their own path[…]
Para leer este párrafo en castellano desplaza el cursor hacia abajo. Matthew 9:37-38 says, “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.” Today would you pray this for Basque Country, and especially for a new church that is being[…]
Para leer este párrafo en castellano desplaza el cursor hacia abajo. In Exodus 32 and 33 Moses pleads with God to go ahead of the Israelites, but God does not want to because the Israelites have sinned terribly against God. In Exodus 33:15 Moses says “If your presence does not go with us, do not[…]
Para leer este párrafo en castellano desplaza el cursor hacia abajo. This video is currently being translated from English into Basque along with the materials needed to host one of these Bible studies. Would you pray that people would have an interest to study the Bible in this way? Would you pray that as they[…]