Engaging hard-to-reach people with the Gospel in word and deed
There are millions of unreached people who are not easily reached by existing local churches and ministries. Some of these include Native Americans, those from other religious backgrounds, those who are suffering from AIDS, the terminally ill, the homeless and drug and alcohol addicts.
Ministries of evangelism, church planting, discipleship, as well as compassion and economic development, are being used to reach out in various ways. We also have Specialized missionaries whose ministry focus is connecting short-term mission teams from U.S. churches with sister churches in the U.S. and other countries.
How Can You Help
The Great Commission is what spurs us to do indigenous ministry. Around the world, Christians are bringing the Gospel to their people and making disciples in their hometowns. How will you be a part of this?