Saint Vincent and the Grenadines | World Prayer News
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Kingstown, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines - by Carlos Sanz Ramírez
Total area: 389 km2
Population: 103,000 (2013)
Literacy: 96%
Official languages: English
GDP (PPP) per capita: $11,291 (2016 est.)
Life expectancy: 72 years
Religions: 82% Protestant, 9% Catholic, 2% indigenous beliefs, 2% Hindu, 2% Atheist or Agnostic, 1% Muslim, 2% other religions
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Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

IFES
November 2014
Students embracing God

There have been encouraging signs of God’s power at work in the Caribbean over the past year. The movement in St Vincent & Grenadines has been strengthened. Across the region non-Christian students are being saved, while Christian students are making a commitment to deeper study of God’s word as they embrace various bible study methods. One of the greatest strength of students in the region is the zeal that many have to share their faith. 

IFES
July 2014
Discipling Christian students

St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a scenic multi-island state. It is predominantly a ‘Christian’ state where there is freedom of religious practice. However, many students have a lot of problems - broken families, low moral values, the carnival culture and easy availability of marijuana. ISCCF is a movement seeking to disciple Christian students there. Pray for new investment as the group seeks to establish a much-needed national leadership team and to put in place more role model leaders to challenge and encourage students. Pray too for students themselves, that they would be godly examples to those around them. 

No organisations are currently associated with this country. We recommend visiting the region page (e.g. South America) to see a list of organisations involved in this part of the world.

Saint Vincent and The Grenadines flag
Total area: 389 km2
Population: 103,000 (2013)
Literacy: 96%
Official languages: English
GDP (PPP) per capita: $11,291 (2016 est.)
Life expectancy: 72 years
Religions: 82% Protestant, 9% Catholic, 2% indigenous beliefs, 2% Hindu, 2% Atheist or Agnostic, 1% Muslim, 2% other religions