South Asian Unengaged Peoples

There is a group of approximately 4,000 people in the Swat Valley of northeastern Pakistan who speak Ushojo as their primary language. The Ushojo language might be at risk of extinction since it is spoken by such a small group of people who intermarry, live, and work among multiple other language groups. The Ushojo are an unengaged, unreached people group; they currently claim Islam as their religion. Pray for any current witness among the Ushojo to boldly proclaim the gospel. Pray that believers will be able to faithfully take the good news of Christ to the Ushojo. Very little is known about the Ushojo-speaking people, but God knows each and every heart. Pray that the Ushojo may soon worship Christ as Lord, to the praise of His glory!