Lausanne World Pulse - Ethnê 06 . . . Launching A Global Prayer and Strategy Initiative
Ethnê06 is a global gathering of people, churches and organizations focused on ministering to Unreached People Groups (UPGs).
Lausanne World Pulse - Urban Impact Ministry in New York City
Countless individuals from unreached people groups come to North America each year. One ministry seeks to reach these individuals with the gospel message.
Lausanne World Pulse - It Takes More Than Just Churches
Seven factors, in addition to churches, are needed to reach unreached people groups.
Lausanne World Pulse - A Focus on Southeast Asia: 663 Least-Reached People Groups Remain
A historical overview of the least-reached people groups of Southeast Asia—and how to reach them through prayer and action.
Lausanne World Pulse - A Focus on Northeast Asia: 473 Least-Reached People groups Remain
A historical review of the least-reached peoples of Northeast Asia and how to reach them through prayer and action.
Lausanne World Pulse - A Focus on South Asia: 2,899 Least-Reached People Groups Remain
A historical overview of the least-reached people groups of South Asia—and how to reach them through prayer and action.
Lausanne World Pulse - Focus on the Middle East/N. Africa: 385 Least-Reached People Groups
Half of the countries in this region still have over ninety percent of their population least-reached.
Lausanne World Pulse - A Focus on East and South Africa: 349 Least-Reached People Groups
Amidst war, AIDS and other life-threatening factors, research shows that Christianity is growing faster in these regions than anywhere else in the world.
Lausanne World Pulse - A Focus on West and Central Africa: 520 Least-Reached People Groups
In West Africa, you will find voodoo, fetishes, ancestor worship and idolatry. But most of the least-reached peoples are adherents to Islam.
Lausanne World Pulse - The Big Deal About Little Gambia
Gambia, a small country in West Africa with a population of 1.4 million people, had its early contacts with the gospel as far back as two hundred years ago but virtually every tribe in Gambia can be described as unreached.