When will the Christian Church become so fed up with the reality of the number of unreached peoples

When will the reality of unreached peoples become unacceptable to us?

When will we say, “enough is enough” and begin to focus on finishing the task of bringing the good news to the ends of the earth?

I am obviously not the only one who finds this video disturbing. There are people who are passionate about missions among the unreached world in the 10/40 Window, but statistically speaking, they are few and far between. 

I want to challenge you with the text from this radical video:

You should know….

Over 2 billion people know no one who can show them Jesus.
29.4% of people on earth cut off from good news.

Almost 1 out of 3 people on earth have no chance to hear or see good news today.

If you counted to 2 billion, it would take 200 years just to say all their names.

Why is it that 2000 years after Jesus

with all our technology, 
with all our wealth
with all our churches,

so many are still unreached and without hope?

Why are 2,000,000,000 Christ followers not helping or telling 2,000,000,000+ unreached?

90% of missionaries go to Christianized people groups!

Out of 100 missionaries, only 2 go live among these 2 billion plus people.

Out of $100, only 1 cent goes to these 2 billion plus people. 

Why not consider supporting Within Reach Global as we honor God and reach unreached people groups?

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C’mon! We can’t be that apathetic about actual people who matter to God, can we?

God is moving. Will you?

Now you know. Now what?

 

Special thanks to Mission to Unreached Peoples for making this video. Why not consider supporting Mission to Unreached Peoples and Act Beyond?

 

See this post on withinreachglobal.org

David Joannes
Founder/President at Within Reach Global
David Joannes is the co-founder and president of Within Reach Global, Inc, which serves the advance of the Gospel in some of Southeast Asia’s most difficult places. He is the author of The Space Between Memories: Recollections from a 21st Century Missionary. David has a love for language, culture, and creative writing, and for the last 20 years, he has witnessed God’s Kingdom established in forgotten parts of the globe. David lives in Chiang Mai, Thailand, with his wife, Lorna, and their daughter, Cara.
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