Zimbabwe is a landlocked country in the south of Africa. With a population between 14 and 15 million, Zimbabwe officially has 16 national languages, with English being the most common. The religious landscape in this African country, at some glances, appears to be largely Christian. Some sources say there are only two or three unreached people groups, and that evangelical Christianity grows at a rate of more than 2% annually.
What is more realistic is to recognize that many of the Christian activity is, in fact, not historic, biblical Christianity. Rather, the prosperity gospel, in many forms, runs rampant in many places across Africa. Some estimate that of the 15 million people in Zambia, only 24,000 are evangelical. While life expectancy and literacy rates have greatly increased in recent decades, this country is in need of the true Gospel and truth about the God of the Bible now more than ever.
Sources: Operation World, Joshua Project, and Wikipedia