Unreached People Groups Ministry

01Mar

Unreached People Groups Ministry

Reach and Send. These are 2 words that sum up the primary goal of the Unreached People Groups Ministry. And Paul Fang's life sums up those 2 words. From the unreached A-Che tribal group in southern China, Paul was one of the first to respond to the gospel when our team began working among them.

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22Feb

Cold, Homeless and Unreached…Until Now

Did you know that during the last 20 years the largest human migration in history has taken place—and hardly anyone in the outside world knew about it? This migration took place in China, when hundreds of millions of people left their home villages in the countryside to seek employment and a better life in big cities. The city where our training is based—centrally located in a region that contains hundreds of unreached people groups—witnessed a huge influx of people from the surrounding countryside. These are people who have no knowledge of Jesus, and no viable church among them.

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29Dec

The “D-Team”

"I love it when a plan comes together," were the words of Hannibal, the leader of the "A-Team" on the 1980s TV series of the same name, at the successful conclusion of each episode. No less could be said of our recent "mission"—the Holy Spirit showed up; the government did not. Reasons to rejoice in this season!

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14Oct

Dong for the King

Exciting News: Our team of national missionaries is now reaching unreached people groups in China! What makes this team so special is that its members are themselves from minority peoples who now are reaching not only their own tribes, but other unreached people groups as well! When many of our co-workers came to the Lord, they felt called by Him to reach their own people.

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24Aug

History in the Making

Joy filled my heart as I sat with my son Caleb in the "sardine" section for the 12-or-so hours of our plane ride to China last July. That's because we were on an historic mission to bring God's Word to the A-Che people in their own language—something never before done!

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26Jun

Open for the Gospel 24/7

Barking dogs and the sound of a gate creaking open abruptly awakened Pastor Paul Fang one night at 11:30. Accustomed to persecution, the sounds quickly gripped his attention—late night visitors are usually police officers coming to harass and threaten him about preaching the gospel and serving the poor.

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