SEND MEdia | Giving sight for the unseen
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“When He saw the crowds, He had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.”

Matthew 9:36

GO

We go into the world on expeditions to where the unseen, unengaged people groups live.

FILM

We film these unengaged people groups, their culture, how family looks, who or what and how they worship.

SHARE

We then share through different media formats about these unseen peoples so that the Church will see them and have compassion for them.

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WHO ARE THEY?

THE UNENGAGED

WHERE DO THEY LIVE? – HOW MANY ARE THERE?

There are People Groups who are unseen by the Church.  They have zero disciples of Jesus, zero scripture in their native language and zero established churches among them; leaving these peoples with zero access to the Gospel. Why? Because zero missionaries have gone to them. These are the unseen, unengaged peoples, these are “Where the Zeros Are”.

(Each number represents a people group that has no one trying to reach them with the gospel)

“For evangelization purposes, a people group is the largest group within which the Gospel can spread as a church planting movement without encountering barriers of understanding or acceptance.”

16557

TOTAL: The number of unique ethno-linguistic people groups in the world

9625

REACHED: The Church is established and Disciples have been made

3877

UNREACHED: Engaged with the gospel, but less than 2% Evangelical

3055

UNENGAGED: No one is trying to reach them with the Gospel of Jesus

Source: Joshua Project & International Mission Board

The word ‘unengaged’ identifies people groups that has no one trying to reach them with the gospel of Jesus Christ.  It should be one of the most offensive words to a disciple of Jesus because it speaks to the simple fact that the Church is not doing her task.