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Megacities, mountains and remote jungles
Many of the world’s least evangelized with little access to the truth
More than 225 million culturally Deaf people in the world
Diverse cultures, people groups and countries thirsty for truth
Millions blocked from the Gospel by post-modernism and secularism
Arabs and many others trapped behind the barriers of war and persecution
Greatest concentration of lostness where 1.2 billion people do not know Jesus
Buddhism and Islam reign where Christ should be glorified
Christianity grows amid AIDS, poverty and violence
We are God's missionary people, sharing the only hope for this broken world. That is why we send, why we go and why we give ... because God is worthy of the worship of all people.
IMB President David Platt explains why Christians must say, "I will pray whatever You want me to pray; I will give whatever You want me to give; I will go wherever You want me to go."
All stand before God "deserving His judgment in our sin ... and Jesus steps into our place and says, 'I will take that wrath for you upon Myself.'" - David Platt
"I implore you in your life and your family, no matter what age or stage you are, to rise before this God and say, 'Here I am, send me.'" - David Platt
"These unreached people are unreached for a reason: They're hard to reach, they're difficult to reach, they're dangerous to reach." - David Platt
Jeff and Liesa Holeman are grateful for their home church in Mississippi who sent them, support them and join them in the work of planting churches among unreached peoples of southern Mexico.
“Persecution comes when the gospel is proclaimed here,” says Gary Warrior, but he knows he’s God’s messenger in this Central Asian community where calling on people to give up Islam and embrace Christ “is a big deal.”
The McKinneys are grateful to Southern Baptists who make it possible for them to be part of God’s great work making Christ known among the millions of South Asians who don’t know Him.
The Daggetts are grateful for the opportunity to serve in the Philippines where they share the gospel among hearing and Deaf people. They also come alongside young leaders to train them in church planting.
Lesotho is a poor, landlocked country with remote villages reached only by foot or horseback. But IMB missionaries James and Teresa Flora are grateful to be there exalting Christ.
First-hand account of how Christian workers are using Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and Cooperative Program dollars to meet the needs of Syrian refugees who have suffered so much. How will you help?
Lesotho is a poor, landlocked country with remote villages reached only by foot or horseback. But IMB missionaries Jim and Teresa Flora are grateful to be there exalting Christ.
The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering is impacting the refugee crisis in Syria. Watch that connection between giving to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering and how one supported Christian worker is making an impact on displaced families torn apart by war, ISIS and the conflict in Syria.
DJ and his family live in Canada where they tell people from South Asia about Jesus. He and his mom traveled to South Asia to visit Christians there doing the same thing!
Giving to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering helps families like DJ's make a difference in places all over the world.
Kids at Old Town Baptist Church in North Carolina raised money to buy two young believers in Southeast Asia a motorcycle so they can share the gospel in far-off villages.
Every member of the Flora family plays an important part in telling the people of Lesotho about Jesus. You do too!
Students involved in missions around the world say they go because God is worthy and billions still don't know Him. It's also important to give to your church's missions offering to support your IMB missionaries.
How can Indonesia be reached for Christ when it is so tightly bound by religions that cannot save? We must pray! Explore Indonesia through the 2015 International Mission Study, available exclusively from WMU at wmu.com/ims.
IMB President David Platt explains why Christians must say, ???I will pray whatever You want me to pray; I will give whatever You want me to give; I will go wherever You want me to go.???
All stand before God - deserving His judgment in our sin - and Jesus steps into our place and says, "I will take that wrath for you upon Myself." - David Platt
"Persecution comes when the gospel is proclaimed here," says Gary Warrior, but he knows he's God's messenger in this Central Asian community where calling on people to give up Islam and embrace Christ "is a big deal."
The McKinneys are grateful to Southern Baptists who make it possible for them to be part of God’s great work making Christ known among the millions of South Asians who don't know Him.
Show how giving empowers missionaries with these examples.
Involve a missionary to help promote your offering.
Promotional Video — Use this inspirational missions video and other during your worship time, in the lobby, in small groups, etc.
Week of Prayer — Prayer resources to encourage your church to pray for missionaries you send and support.