We recently received an update from the team in Wantakia. They’ve done an excellent job in telling the 5 reasons they’re here, why we’re all here, and it’s well worth sharing. You can read more about this team working with the Wantakia on their blog: http://www.reachwantakia.com/team-blog/
If every Christian in the world shared Christ with every single person they knew… and all of those people believed, there would still be two billion people in the world who had never heard the gospel. -David Platt (Cross 2015, paraphrased from a testimony by one of our Radius students)
Baby Steps In November and December we took our first trip to South Asia, the region with the most Unreached Peoples Groups in the world. Thousands of unreached groups call this part of the world home. We were blown away by the vastness, the tremendous need for committed Gospel ministers, the poverty, the oppressive idolatrous false […]
How did I get started on this incredible journey to work with national co-workers to reach the unreached and translate the Bible into a tribal language?
During the past two weeks, it was a privilege to participate in a seminar with Peruvian partners on how worldview impacts ministry. Represented among the participants were seven churches, four mission organizations, a mission training school, and a number of individuals involved in Gospel ministry. Included in the participants was a team from a local […]
Luke 9:62 Jesus said to him, “No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God.” Winters have never been good to me. During the winters, my grades have always slumped, I often end up depressed, and simply don’t ‘feel’ like doing anything. However, our God […]
Who are the Unreached and what do we mean by that term? Here are some facts that might surprise you and should help answer that question (from the Joshua Project): Globally there are almost 2,600 people groups that total 199,000,000 individuals who do not have any Scripture, the Jesus film, or Christian recordings available in their primary […]
1. It tells the story of their need for Christ. 2. It raises funds for finding new people groups. 3. It challenges people to get involved 4. It connects us to each other. 5. It makes people laugh. 6. It helps people pray. 7. It helps us understand the big picture of the ministry. 8. […]
...praise be to Him, the Lord of the harvest, that these people now too are no longer unreached.
“… I walked here today to tell you all these things the Lord has been showing me these past few days. The Lord has brought you all to Wantakia to do His work, and you must finish it. Even if disaster comes upon you, you must continue to do the Lord’s work.” My wife and […]