Survey: Two in Three Spanish Evangelicals Hardly Share Their Faith
(Evangelical Focus) — Spain continues to be one of the countries with the least evangelical Christians in the world, with more than 7,000 towns and villages that have not been reached by the gospel.
Although many of these locations are in rural areas and have less than 100 inhabitants, there is also a group of more than 400 that exceed the 5,000 inhabitants.
A survey on evangelization in Spain conducted by the Spanish Christian organization Decision and submitted to 164 evangelical leaders of all denominations reveals that 66.5% of those asked agree that believers do not share their faith enough with other people.
The research included several questions. The first was whether they were satisfied or not with the evangelization of their own churches. Only 6.1% said they were fully satisfied with the way in which their community shares the gospel.