Known as “Black Mountain”, Eastern Europe’s Montenegro shares borders with Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Serbia, and Albania.
Formerly part of the Socialist Yugoslavia, Montenegro is still recovering from the impact of the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s. Having declared independence from Serbia in 2006, Montenegro is currently working to be the newest member of the European Union.
With so many diverse people groups; Montenegrins are most united in their religion: over 70% consider themselves Serbian Orthodox. However, their adherence seems more cultural than a practice of faith.
Will you share healing and hope in Montenegro?