Machhi (Muslim traditions) in Pakistan-unreached with gospel.

Machhi (Muslim traditions) in Pakistan pronounced: mah-CHEE “Machhi” refers to fish, and the Machhi people have a history of being fishermen. Most of the Muslim Machhi live in Pakistan, but there are some in northwest India as well. They have three subgroups: the Sial, Wajan and Sanjri. Inherited property is usually shared by the sonsContinue reading “Machhi (Muslim traditions) in Pakistan-unreached with gospel.”

Pushtun, Afghanistan.

Pashtun, Northern in Afghanistan pronounced: pahsh-TOON Pashtuns are the largest ethnic group in Afghanistan, and make up the majority of the Taliban and the current Afghan government. There are at least 30 major tribes, and countless sub-tribes and clans. The Pashtun were the traditional rulers of Afghanistan for over 250 years. The essence of theirContinue reading “Pushtun, Afghanistan.”

Mochi people Pakistan

  Unreached of the Day: Mochi (Muslim traditions) in Pakistan  From Joshua Project Mochi (Muslim traditions) in Pakistan pronounced: MOH-cheeIf you were to purchase any sort of saddle or leather shoes in Nepal, northern India or Pakistan, chances are good that it was put together by a Mochi. The name “Mochi” comes from the Sanskrit mochikaContinue reading “Mochi people Pakistan”

Dongxiang people of China

Dongxiang in China pronounced: Dong-shee-ungThe Dongxiang region is a desolate, arid place with a moon-like landscape. Other Muslims in China do not consider the Dongxiang to be a part of the Islamic faith because of their involvement in drug and prostitution rackets. Not long after the Dongxiang first arrived in China, they were converted toContinue reading “Dongxiang people of China”

What do you know of the unreached?

Unreached means too few or zero Christians able to reach the group and no missionaries. Ever wondered why AsiaLink focuses on the continent of Asia? Three quarters of all unreached people live in Asia. No other part of the world has such a high concentration of people who have never heard the gospel and areContinue reading “What do you know of the unreached?”

Nubians-unreached today.

Nubian, Arabized in Egypt The name Nubian was given to the original inhabitants of Nubia, a thin settlement along the Nile River in southern Egypt. The Arabs, who invaded much of North Africa in the seventh and eleventh centuries, displaced some Nubian groups and absorbed others. As a result, thousands of Nubians are now “Arabized,”Continue reading “Nubians-unreached today.”

Mongol, Sichuan in China

 Yet another unreached people   Sichuan Mongols live in Sichuan Province, spread out along two or three valleys in Yanyuan and Muli counties, northeast of Lugu Lake. Most are farmers or fishermen, leading quiet lives in their remote villages. Very few Sichuan Mongols have ever heard the name of Jesus Christ. Ministry Obstacles The SichuanContinue reading “Mongol, Sichuan in China”