More than 2,000 years after Jesus commissioned His church to take the good news to the ends of the earth, the harvest is still great, and the laborers are still few. But we believe God is raising up a new generation of laborers to take his gospel to the unreached.
Today, 80 percent of the evangelical church lives outside the West, in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. This powerful part of God’s church is surrounded by hundreds of millions of people with no access to the gospel. With fewer geographic, cultural, and linguistic barriers standing between them and the unreached, these believers are strategically poised to take the gospel to those who have never heard it.
But right now, this 80 percent of God’s church sends less than 20 percent of the world’s missionaries.
By God’s grace, the Center for Mission Mobilization is coming alongside the global church in Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America to help God’s people reach their incredible potential to share the gospel with entire people groups across the world who are unreached. With frontier mobilization teams strategically located throughout these regions, we are helping disciple African, Asian, Arab, and Latino believers to engage with the unreached around them—and ultimately see indigenously led mission sending movements to the unreached.
With nearly 3 billion people still unreached with the gospel, the task is too small to do alone. We believe it will take all of God’s people working together to reach all of God’s world. Pray with us to see more mobilizers in the global church, more mission sending movements to the unreached, and more laborers sent into the harvest.