WHO ARE THE UNREACHED AND REACHED PEOPLE

Last night the Lord burdened me to pray for the nation especially the unreached. I prayed for the 6,500.00 unreached people groups. These consist of over 2.5 billion people and make up more than one third of the world’s population. The unreached people group is the target of mission organizations today. As of 2004 the unreached consist of the following:

MUSLIM- 1.18 BILLION

HINDU- 771 MILLION

TRIBAL-90 MILLION

BUDDHIST-273 MILLION

ATHEIST-161 MILLION

SIKH-21 MILLION

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I just want to share the difference between unreached and reached People group. This is according to the Kairos manual by Living Springs International. “A people group is considered “unreached” if there is no viable indigenous church within the group. By viable church we mean a minimum yet sufficiently developed indigenous church, capable of evangelizing its own people without cross-cultural help. On the other hand, a people group can be considered “reached” if there is a body of Christians with the potential to evangelize it’s own people such that outside cross-cultural efforts can be “safely” brought to close.

Let’s pray for these unreached people, pray for workers. The heart beat of Jesus Christ is for these people.

Isaiah 62:6-7 On your walls, O Jerusalem, I have appointed watchmen; All day and all night they will never keep silent. You who remind the LORD, take no rest for yourselves; And give Him no rest until He establishes And makes Jerusalem a praise in the earth.

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One thought on “WHO ARE THE UNREACHED AND REACHED PEOPLE

  1. Hello blessed friend and sister, it is lovely to greet you, I haven’t been to multiply in an age, I’m not really very good in keeping contact.Yes all my secular blogging, even a bit iffy perhaps, This is new, but I never could write poetry before, but now I can, what should I do? I get loads of hits from people with alternative lifestyles and they do discover my “other” self. It’s what your post is about. hmmm

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