Indonesian unreached people.

 Pray for the Indonesian Church to reach out to these people. Hitu The Hitu of Indonesia The Hitu live in five village areas along the north coast of Ambon island, which is in the Moluccas.. They cultivate cloves, nutmeg, sago palm, coconut, various other spices, and several fruits. Most Hitu live near the sea inContinue reading “Indonesian unreached people.”

The Baloch of SE Iran-unreached.

Baloch, Southern of Iran About half of the Southern Baloch in Iran lives in cities, while the others are semi-nomadic shepherds. During the Moghul period, their territory became known as “Baluchistan.” Baluchmayar is the honor code by which the Baloch live. These principles include extending hospitality and mercy, dealing with each other honestly, and offeringContinue reading “The Baloch of SE Iran-unreached.”

Isn’t the world almost all reached with the gospel?

Did You Know: There are…. * 865 million unreached Muslims or Islamic followers in 3330 cultural sub-groupings. * 550 million unreached Hindus in 1660 cultural sub-groups.… *150 million unreached Chinese in 830 people groups. *275 million unreached Buddhists in 900 people groups. Reach1040 and I (JK) want to do something about it.

Unreached Millions

Watch a U tube slide presentation of the current state of world mission. The purpose of God (Revelation 7:9)…’I beheld a great multitude,which no man could number, of all nations (ethne), and kindreds, and people, and tongues, stood before the throne, and before the Lamb, clothed with white robes and palms in their hands;’ BeforeContinue reading “Unreached Millions”

Darkhad-Mongolia-another un-reached people

Pray for labourers that the Mongolian church MUST send!   Darkhad of Mongolia.Darkhads have a strong history of shamanism. Shamans supposedly treat the soul and mind and help people overcome bad luck. “Black” shamans in Mongolia maintain the shaman worldview and traditions, while “yellow” shamans have adopted Buddhist ideas. Darkhad shamans have been black shamansContinue reading “Darkhad-Mongolia-another un-reached people”

How will they hear? The isles wait for thy law.

Bonerate of IndonesiaThe Bonerate live on the islands of Bonerate, Madu, Lalaotoa, Karompa, and Selayar in South Sulawesi Province. Bonerate Island is in a very remote location. There is no public transportation to Bonerate. The Bonerate typically move to Makassar to seek better education and employment. They make a living primarily through fishing and farming.Continue reading “How will they hear? The isles wait for thy law.”

How Then Shall We “Go”? – Karl Dahlfred

Originally posted on The Three R's Blog:
How Then Shall We “Go”? by Karl Dahlfred | Reformed Theology Articles at Yesterday prior to our worship services I was able to get some Tabletalk reading in. I read the next two articles focused on the theme of the April issue, “The Great Commission”. The…