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Chrame of China
The Chrame are a member of the Tibetan nationality, but feel they have little in common with the Tibetans. All Chrame adhere to Tibetan Buddhism. It forms a major part of their ethnic and cultural identity. The Chrame inwardly long for the restoration of their kingdom and their former prestige among the other peoples of the area. The Chrame are one of the most unreached people groups in China. There has never been a single known Chrame church or Christian believer.
No Christian presence or history among the Chrame provides little point of reference for Christian witness.
Christians need to establish relationships with this people group, building bridges of friendship.
Even though there are no followers of Jesus presently among the Chrame, pray for those that will one day soon come forth. Pray they will have power to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ.
Pray the Chrame will increasingly feel their need for forgiveness of sin, and will seek a Savior.
"And those who lead many to righteousness [will shine] like the stars for ever and ever." Daniel 12:3