The Gambia is the smallest nation on mainland Africa. A nation of 2 million people that is rich in farmland, fishing, and local trade. “The smiling coast of Africa”, as Gambia is affectionately known, is a predominately Islamic country with more than 95% of its citizens identifying as Muslim. Gambia is an English based country with many local ethnic languages and is open to the gospel. National believers are present within this country yet there are no Independent Baptist church planting missionaries in this country. Other denominations that exist within the country include Catholic, Charismatic, and Animism. The needs within The Gambia are many, yet the greatest need for this tiny West African country is Bible teaching and preaching. It is our desire to teach the Bible and train national believers with our focus towards planting and establishing indigenous churches.