The Ministry of Education affirmed that it did not receive any complaint from a parent or any information from teachers about a foreign school in Kuwait teaching students about the Gospel of Christ, spreading the Gospel through its school radio, and renting its building to a church for services. It did not notice such activities during the visit of its superintendents who are specialized in inspecting the concerned school and monitoring the progress of the educational process there. The Department of Educational Affairs supervises private schools and monitors the educational and technical work in them, verifies the qualifications of the members of the educational staff, and follows up their performance through technical guidance for academic subjects. Pray for the support services providing social and psychological care for students. Pray for Kuwaiti students to somehow know the Lord who rules and reigns and have their lives redeemed (The Bible, Revelation 21:5).
Kuwait moved down a little to 49th position in the World Watch report 2022 by Open Doors for Christian persecution. Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah is the current emir in Kuwait. It is a very small country with the capital city – Kuwait City- being the center of all activities. It has developed a consensus-style government. The Emirate of Kuwait functions as a constitutional monarchy with power vested in the Emir and a parliament. Kuwaiti citizens enjoy one of the highest standards of living in the world today. Kuwait has a relatively liberal Islamic regime. Kuwaiti citizens are nearly all Muslim. Christians face risks, especially converts from Islam to Christianity. They face discrimination and harassment from their family and community.