Many have begun to watch posts on my Facebook page regarding the topic of our Christian mission, and Unreached missions in specific. I have decided to begin a blog to post about these things. May God be glorified by what is written here and may His people be alerted to and act upon His call to spread the good news to every tribe tongue and nation.
I had heard this stat a couple of times, but it really got me today. 86% of Muslims and Hindus do not know a Christian believer. You heard me right. In two of the largest religious systems in the world, 86% of people do not know a single believer of Christ. Perhaps I know why.
I readily admit I do not know a Muslim of Hindu follower myself. How many Christians do not know and have a relationship with Muslims/Hindus? In a world where we are called to share our faith with unbelievers, how is it acceptable that we. Do not interact with truly Unreached people?
I just heard a story about a guy getting his hair cut. His “hair guy” is actually a woman from Iran. He asked her if anyone ever invited her to their house. She has lived here 20 years and no one ever had. When is the last time you asked a Muslim over for dinner? If you never have why? Does scripture affirm our decision to not engage the Unreached?
me folks we will have to learn how to not react to them and accept the fact that even if we take responsibility for our stuff it may have little o
If God is not a big deal to you in life, neither will He be in your ministry.
-Jackie Hill Perry
The State of affairs with regard to missions and the church.