Missions Spotlight


The Gospel at Work 

  • In the former Soviet Union
  • On the Korean Peninsula
  • In the Middle East
  • In Western Europe
  • In Africa
  • In South America
  • In the U.S.
  • In Chicagoland

Starting Sunday June 17, 9:30 a.m. in Commons Hall

Although 70% of the world's population has heard the gospel in some form, 30% of the world (two billion people) has had virtually no exposure to the gospel message. As a result, there exists 1,600 people groups in which less than 2% of their population is evangelical Christian. The majority of these least-reached peoples live in areas of religious restriction, with great language and cultural barriers to the spread of the gospel.

Our Response


For the past 25 years, our missions policy has explicitly stated our intention to give priority to those areas in which the opportunity for hearing the gospel is relatively small. Today some of the largest least-reached people groups are found in India, China, Pakistan, Yemen, Indonesia, Iran, Tunisia and Vietnam.

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