Episode 16 – Re-release of Episode 12 Importance of UPGs in our missiology

During the month of May we recognise the international day of the unreached.

Reaching Unreached people groups is at the core of who we are as an organisation. It is estimated that 90% of Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhist will never meet a Jesus follower in their lifetime. A lack of gospel access is a critical justice issue which is often overlooked in the Christian world. We are compelled to see that change.

In honour of that, we have decided to re-release episode 12- a conversation with Ryan about the importance of Unreached People Groups in our missiology.

Ryan is a member of the Directional Leadership Team of the Centre for Mission Mobilisation (CMM.) He and his wife Margaret were youth workers in Sweden before moving into mission leadership. Alongside his CMM responsibilities, Ryan serves multiple networks like the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA), Lausanne Movement, Global Mobilization Network and Vision 5:9. During the last decade he has been invited to teach and mentor theological leaders in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America. He is writer and regular speaker at international mission conferences.

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