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Making disciples among the unreached

This week's great read

Missionary care, Slavic style 

As Ukraine develops into a missionary-sending force, the Ukrainian church is growing in its passion to take the gospel to the nations. Churches are practicing sacrificial giving and creative missionary care, and folks from different denominations are coming together in partnership for the sake of the Great Commission. Read the whole story. 

Multicultural from the start

SEND understands that it takes people from all nations to reach all nations. It’s part of our history: Some of SEND’s earliest missionaries were Asians who returned home after World War II to share the gospel with their war-ravaged fellow countrymen, while others were North Americans who had developed a heart for reaching Japan. As our efforts have expanded to more than 20 countries, we continue to be intentionally multiethnic and multinational, collaborating with sending offices and partner agencies around the world to send disciple-makers to the unreached.
I want to go ...
Do you want to serve on a multicultural team? SEND offers opportunities to reach the unreached in more than 20 countries. Click here to contact a Missions Coach who can help you discern your role in the Great Commission.
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I want to pray...

SEND’s global family of workers continues to diversify, and we are grateful! This summer German, Russian, Chinese, Costa Rican, and Guatemalan missionaries will join with North American missionaries for training, fellowship, and planning. Pray for cross-cultural and multi-national understanding so that together SEND can engage the unreached globally! Pray for many more workers from all nations!

You can find daily prayer requests in Intercede & SEND:

I want to understand our changing world ...

Even as the number of people identifying as Christians in Western contexts is dropping, Christ’s Church is growing throughout the majority world. 

  • In 1910, the vast majority of the world’s Christians — over 80 percent — lived in the global North. Today, that figure is only 41 percent.
  • In Asia, Christianity is growing more than twice as fast as the general population.
  • In 1970, 41.3 percent of all Christians were from Africa, Asia or Latin America. By 2020, this figure is expected to be 64.7 percent.

Graphics — This graphic shows how the Christian world is changing. You can take a closer look at some of the largest sending countries today here.

Elsewhere online — Curious to know how your culture relates to others? A German researcher has developed a fascinating site that allows you to compare up to three countries at a time, based on six different criteria. Check it out here. 

Podcast episdoes —

Books about multicultural teams — For deeper reading on multicultural teams and the changing face of global missions, SEND staff recommend: 

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  • Contact: Armgard Friesen
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International Office

  • Location: Farmington, Michigan, USA
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Latin America Mobilization
  • Location: Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
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Philippines Office

  • Location: Quezon City, Philippines
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SEND North Office
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