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  Czech Republic 
Description
When the former Eastern bloc state of Czechoslovakia was split into two nations, the Czech Republic occupied what was mainly the ancient Kingdom of Bohemia, Moravia and parts of Silesia. Home of "Good King Wenceslas" who led Bohemia to Christianity, and of the religious reformer Jan Hus, this Republic hosts the witness of literature evangelists, Adventist world Radio, ADRA and a Bible Correspondence School. Youth participate in all evangelistic campaigns. While there is no Seventh-day Adventist educational program, medical ministries represent a steady part of faith-sharing outreach. Church members, who are mainly in their 40's, see living authentic Christianity as their greatest potential for growth.
Adventist Statistics (as of 2011)
Members:
7,514

Year Entered:

 1901
Annual Growth Rate:
-0.5%
Population:
10,428
Churches:
145
Decadal Growth Rate:
-3.2%
Population
per Member:
1
Ordained Ministers:
59
 

 

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Division:

EUD

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Directory Entries: CONGREGATIONS (1) EDUCATION (1) MEDICAL (1) Publishing Houses (1)
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