Committed to Reaching the Unreached: Using Media and Partnerships to Bring Hope

Falling on May 19th this year, International Day of the Unreached focuses on the nearly 42% of the global population who remain unreached by the truth of the Gospel.

Although this is an astonishing number of people, there is HOPE! HOPE found only in Jesus, and we are committed to reaching the Unreached by creatively spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ worldwide through media and partnerships as we share the Gospel on three continents, through a variety of languages and dialects.

We believe worldwide evangelism and discipleship are extremely important and our goal is to lead as many people as possible into a life-transforming relationship with Jesus Christ. We do this primarily through Christian radio broadcasts in multiple languages around the world. We also engage in other activities such as leadership development, church planting, and short-term mission trips.

Our three-pronged plan to reach the unreached is simple:

No. 1: Tell people about Jesus in the language they were born to speak.

No. 2: Disciple new believers, plant churches, and develop local leaders.

No. 3: Provide radios and media players for people to listen to the broadcasts.

Collaborating with partners in Africa, Asia, and Europe, including the Middle East, we work closely with local ministers to produce radio and, in some areas, television programs to share the Gospel in their language and in the context of their culture.

We believe that everyone should have the privilege of hearing the Gospel in the language they were born to speak and that is why we work closely with pastors and ministries in numerous different countries. They are our ‘boots on the ground,’ helping to provide Christian programming in native languages. Through the help of our partners, we are able to offer listener care and coordinate discipleship and leadership training activities.

Because our radio projects take place in hundreds of villages and across multiple countries, once the programming is in place, the next step is to be sure people have a way to listen. These are places where many people live in remote areas and do not have access to or are unable to afford a radio. However, our radio projects are able to put radios or other types of media players in the hands of those who need them.

We invite you to make a financial gift to support the ministry and to pray for the lives of those who will be impacted from the generosity of our incredible supporters; as they make it possible for us to carry out the Great Commission to make disciples of all nations – through a culturally relevant way – by hearing the Gospel in their own heart language.