Pray for Guinea

Learn more

Prayer Points

  1. Pray for unity, strength and perseverance for the small and persecuted Church.
  2. Pray for the Muslim majority to hear and accept the Gospel.
  3. Pray for eradication of poverty, drug trafficking, and ongoing deadly violence.

Let us know you prayed today

Join the Circle of Prayer This Month

About Guinea

On the edge of West Africa, Guinea’s flat coastal plains melt into mountains. Neighboring six other nations, Guinea not only shares geographical boarders but conflicts as well. Instability in Sierra Leone and Liberia brought nearly one half million refugees to Guinea’s boarders in 2000, but the plight of neighboring nations is only a small portion of the trials Guinea has faced.

The product of French colonization, Guinea has faced many challenges since gaining independence in 1958. For nearly three decades, Marxist rule plundered Guinea of its economical resources. Poverty and increasing anger culminated in multiple coups, which led Guinea further from freedom than before with the suspension of the constitution and basic human rights. Finally in 2010, after protests and the demise of an oppressive regime, Guineans conducted their first free and fair election. The political history has proven fatal for the nation’s economic state, and today Guinea is one of the poorest countries in West Africa. Though it exports a high amount of bauxite annually, the majority of inhabitants live on less than a dollar per day.

Spiritually poor as well as fiscally, Evangelical Christians compose less than 1% of Guineans, trailing far behind the 88% who follow Islam. And sadly, that 1% is diminishing. Church attendance has been in the decline since the late 1990’s as many nominal Christians have fallen away. The lukewarmness of many has also hindered church planting as well as evangelism. There is great need for Guinean leaders who are well equipped and passionate for the advancement of the Gospel. The Guinean church is similarly in need of such passion, so that leaders and laymen alike might engage in evangelistic and missional efforts, reaching millions with the Gospel.



Population In Unreached People Groups




Major People Groups
  • Fulani
  • Malinke
  • Susu
  • Guerze
  • Kissi
  • Toma
  • Other/foreign
Population In Unreached People Groups


  • Muslim
  • Christian
  • None
  • Animist

1:43 AM

  • Capital City


  • Government

    Presidential Republic

  • Language

    French, Pular, Maninka, Susu, Other Native Languages

  • GDP Per Capita


  • Literacy Rate


Data sources.

Thanks for praying

If you ask me anything in my name, I will do it. —John 14:14

Help support Prayercast