Trinidad and Tobago TT

399,421

GMO Gospel Visits 2014

44,126

Indicated decisions 2014

1.3 million

Population

884,000

Christians
272,000 are evangelical

For detailed information on the Primary and Secondary Cultural Characteristics, go here.

  • Stats for Trinidad and Tobago
  • Social Control

    Shame/Fear-based 
  • Cultural Distinctions

    None.
  • Top 25 Stats

    Percent of Country Who Are Evangelicals- 20.19% (21st); Gospel Visits to Population- 29.65% (9th); Gospel Visits to Non-Christians- 86.27% (20th); 37.16% (7th); Gospel Decisions to Population- 3.28% (3rd); Gospel Decisions to Non-Christians- 9.53% (12th); Gospel Decisions to Non-Evangelicals- 4.10% (2nd).
  • Fastest Growing Religion

    Unknown.
  • Human Development Index

    64/186
  • Internet Access

    63.72% (44th)
  • Ethnic Groups

    Indo-Trinidadian (37.6%); Afro-Trinidadian and Tobagonian (36.3%); Mixed ethnicities (24.4%); Others- 1.7% (European, Chinese, Levantine).
  • Common Languages

    Spanish, English.
  • Economy

    Agriculture and tourism are the main sources of income.
    Tropical storms hit hard in the Caribbean and cause suffering and financial problems.
    Large gaps exist between the wealthy and the poor.
    The professional class often moves to other places to get better jobs and lives.
  • History / Politics

    Many of the inhabitants descended from slaves.
    Fathers are often absent, and many mothers have to raise children alone.
    Many adolescents become involved with gangs, crime, and substance abuse.
  • Spirituality

    There is not enough discipleship for Christians and inadequate training for pastors.
    Most people call themselves Christians, but it does not seem to affect their lives.
  • Prayers

    Pray for improved training of pastors and discipleship among Believers.
    Pray that Christians would have revival that would affect their behavior and compassion.

Note:

All of the information on the number of Christians and Evangelicals is from Pray for the World! or Operation World.