Our vision remains to reach non-evangelized people groups in Laos, Vietnam, Mongolia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and China. Inland Missions founder Hudson Taylor who once said "Given the command to go, we need not any special calling to go, but we must pray do I have a special calling to stay.” If you do have that special calling to stay in the evangelized world, your duty still remains to obey Christ call in fulfilling the Great Commission. However your role in not going does not relieve you from sowing to support those reaching the un-evangelized.


In Mark chapter 16:15 Jesus gave some of his final words to his children and said go into the all the world and preach the gospel to every creature. Yet 2,000 years later Christians still only go to the evangelized to preach the gospel to non-practicing Christians in Christian nations.

Often times we champion mission campaigns where we have altar calls filled with culturally Christian people “getting saved,” when actually it was really just Catholics being brought to an altar to become protestant, or better yet backsliders returning to a life of faith at best. Even worse is the millions spent on ministry in Christian nations to see people answer altar calls for fire insurance with no real conversion experience. Yet we call it brining the gospel to the lost.

2,000 years ago Christ came and died for the world, yet 2/3 of the planet is still classified as un-evangelized. Meaning never heard the gospel. The late great T.L.Osborne (Christian missionary to Africa) once said nobody should hear the gospel twice until everyone has heard it once.

The epidemic is that the church faces is that most Christians don’t tithe. However when Christians do tithe, their churches don’t allocate any money to the un-evangelized world, leaving Christians feeling like they’ve fulfilled their financial burden of giving to the great commission.
Barna Research discovered that churches in North America collectively spend more money on choir robe cleaning solution than on the un-evangelized nations. Then when churches do something it’s usually in South or Central America (Catholic people) or Africa and Haiti. Figuratively bringing water to the ocean. Pastors and churches have yet to grasp the command in the Holy Scriptures given by the Apostle Paul to aim where Christ has NOT been named.

Romans 15:20
...preach the gospel, not where Christ was named, lest I should build upon another man's foundation"

Yet for those dear saints who are only to steward their personal giving to the Lord and feel you have done so by supporting your local Church, I leave you with this challenging thought by C.S.Lewis in his classic disposition on the Christian faith, Mere Christianity "if your life style is too comfortable it's a sign that you’re not giving enough.”

Let’s do a little extra and support ministries like ours reaching non-Christian nations under heavy persecution so that "the Lamb who was slain would receive the reward of His suffering." Moravian missionaries Johann Leonhard Dober and David Nitschmann

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