Preface for Day 36 – 40: Harvest and Mission
By sending off workers to the harvest fields
The Lord of the harvest is building His Bride who will unconditionally to enhance the work of the Kingdom/global missions.
Focusing on East Malaysia (Sarawak)
Sarawak: 2,354,048 (Ethnic Groups: Iban 30.3%; Malay: 24%; Bidayuh: 8.4%; Malanau: 5.2 %; Other Bumiputera: 6.6%; Chinese: 24.5%; Indian: 0.3%; Others: 0.7%). Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia. It is known as “The Land of Hornbills” for it is the home of a vast number of hornbills, and Sungai Rejang (590km) is the longest river in Malaysia. The state capital, fondly known a Kuching, “Cat City”, is located on the banks of the wide Sarawak River.
James Brooke was the first “white rajah” who ruled Sarawak from 1841, and the legacy of the Brooke Dynasty and the British can be seen today through many colonial buildings in Kuching. Sarawak is the only state in Malaysia were Christianity is the major religion (44%), followed by Islam (30%) and Chinese (24.5%). The Christians in Sarawak are mainly Ibanese, Chinese, Bidayuh, Lumbawang, Kelabit and Other Bumiputeras.
Focusing on praying and implementing mission work on the Great Commission