Go and make disciples of all nations

Baptizing them in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit
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The Next Steps

Pray

Praying for unreached people groups is one of the first steps in understanding God's heart for peoples of all the nations. We can help you develop a prayer life that includes praying regularly for unreached people groups.

Learn

We can help you and your church learn more about missions and what God is doing in the nations. Starting with a foundation built on scripture, to practices that are seeing disciples among many different unreached people groups.

Get Involved

Being involved in discipling unreached peoples is not just for a special few. Every follower of Christ can play a part in the discipling of a people group. Whether it be prayer, coaching, member care, giving or going to a people group, you can be involved.

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Unreached People Groups

[Unreached People Group (UPG)] or [Least Reached People Group] : an identifiable group of people distinguished by a distinct culture, language, or social class who lack a community of Christians able to evangelize the rest of the people group without outside help. The only opportunity for the people group to hear about salvation is through an “external witness.” Most missiologists consider 2% of the population becoming Christ followers as the “tipping point” at which the group is generally considered “reached” with the Gospel.

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Disciple Making Movements

Various definitions of a Disciple Making Movement (DMM) are used in the world of global evangelism.  The unfamiliar can easily be confused by the terms. CPMs, DMMs, DBS, T4T… there is a lot of terminology and jargon that is thrown around! For our purposes, we try to keep things pretty simple.

The terms  Disciple Making Movement (DMM) and Church Planting Movement (CPM) are basically interchangeable. Some would say that a DMM emphasizes disciples making disciples while a CPM emphasizes church planting churches.  For common purposes, however, the concepts are basically the same.  If you have disciples making disciples, you generally will also have some kind of discipleship groups multiplying as well.

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