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Reaching the Unreached Through Language: Part 3- Sharing Jesus

 Cassie Roberts (CEO) Reaching the Unreached through Language. Whether it’s teaching English to speakers of other languages or learning Arabic whilst living with and loving those in Egypt, language plays a fundamental role in serving the nations. In the final instalment of this 3-part series, Catalin and Rebekah, part of the Unreached team at Redeemer …

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Reaching the Unreached Through Language: Part 2- Conversation Groups

Reaching the Unreached through Language. Whether it’s teaching English to speakers of other languages or learning Arabic whilst living with and loving those in Egypt, language plays a fundamental role in serving the nations. In the second instalment of a 3-part series, Rebekah, part of the Unreached team at Redeemer Church, shares another way to …

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Reaching the Unreached Through Language: Part 1- Why Language?

  Reaching the Unreached through Language. Whether it’s teaching English to speakers of other languages or learning Arabic whilst living with and loving those in Egypt, language plays a fundamental role in serving the nations. In this 3-part series, Rebekah, part of the Unreached team at Redeemer Church and an English teacher at Open Doors …

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Cross Cultural Mission, Unreached UK and Harvey Kwiyani (Multicultural King)

By Gavin Bissessar As recently as 1950, roughly 85% of Christians lived in Western Europe and North America (the West) whilst the massive ‘global south’ remained largely unreached by the gospel. Fast forward to 2021 and those figures have nearly reversed. The church is growing rapidly in sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean and Asia …

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A funeral dirge for Bristol, the church and the enslaved – from the view of a Black woman

By Rosie Hopley The following piece was penned after the BLM protests, and the toppling of Edward Colston’s statue in Bristol, UK. It was inspired after reading the book of Lamentations with a group of believers. A funeral dirge for Bristol, the church and the enslaved – from the view of a Black woman How …

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Unreached Network Conference 2021: Join the Conversation/ Find your Place

We are really delighted to announce the online Unreached Conference for this year, 25th-26th June. Join the Conversation: stories and best practice in crossing cultures, planting churches, and sharing the gospel with the unreached. Find your Place: hear about opportunities, teams, training and projects, and discern how you and your church can play your part. …

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