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We often hear about the barrenness of evangelical Christianity in France, but did you realize that Spain is almost as difficult a mission field as her neighboring country?  According to Fernando Diaz Sarmiento of TWR's national partner, Canal de Vida, less than one percent of Spaniards consider themselves evangelical Christians.  Believe it or not, with such a low figure, the people of Spain qualify as a UPG or Unreached People Group!

Click here for a link to TWR's national partner is Spain, Canal de Vida

(Photo of Andy Napier and Fernando Diaz Sarmiento of Canal de Vida)