All over the world, leaders are needed too run businesses, operate organizations, manage ministries—and share the Gospel. World Mission is developing great leaders for Christ, an especially vital piece of strategy to bring the Good News to unreached people groups.
After years of a brutal dictatorship under Omar al-Bashir, Sudan is struggling to find restoration. Greg Kelley with World Mission says constant war and famine combined with other atrocities mean healing is hard to come by. People distrust the government and each other.
The Middle East stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to Afghanistan. It is home to nearly 300 million people who live in 21 countries and who speak four main languages: Arabic, Hebrew, Farsi, and Turkish. That’s further broken down into roughly 60 mother tongues, all with […]
The Philippines are in the midst of one humdinger of a natural disaster season. World Mission CEO Greg Kelley notes that none of this comes as a surprise to the Filipinos. “Of the 12 disaster-prone cities in the world, 10 of them are in the Philippines. It’s […]
Yesterday, our article with World Mission looked at how reaching unreached people groups with the Gospel and making disciples go hand-in-hand. A lot of missions groups today define unreached people groups based on language and ethnicity.
World Mission’s reach in Asia spans to countries in the southeast, including Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Indonesia, and more. In certain areas, there is persecution that puts old and new believers at risk.