Though Latvia declared its independence in 1918, it was invaded by Germany in World War II and later became part of the Soviet Union. The impact of the last century is still evident throughout the country.
Less than 40% of the population practice any religion at all, and only 7% of those who claim Christianity attend church regularly.
Often called the “fatherless nation,” Latvia is home to thousands of young people whose families suffer brokenness due to the high unemployment, depression, and substance abuse.
Will you share the love of God the Father in Latvia?