Frontier Unreached People Groups

Who are Frontier Unreached People Groups?

Frontier People Groups (FPGs) are Unreached People Groups with 0.1% or fewer Christians of any kind, and no evidence of a self-sustaining gospel movement. There are about 5,048 Frontier People Groups with a total population 1,941,168,000. One fourth of the world lives in FPGs and have almost no chance of hearing about Jesus from someone in their own people group.  Yet every tribe, tongue and nation will hear!

Meet the Karamojong People 

Who are the Karamojong People of Uganda?  They are a cultural Tribe that has stuck to their ancient ways. They are semi-nomadic pastoralists who live in the northeastern part of Uganda. They are known for being fierce. They believe that animals and plants have spirits in them and that their god known as "akuju" manifests through them.  Let's believe for this beautiful people group to encounter the radical love of Jesus.

Nurundean, our Friend

The Bible teaches us to love the Lord your God with all your heart, all of your soul, and with all your mind. To many believers around the world this commandment comes easy. Yet Jesus went on to say "and Love your neighbor as yourself". To some this can be very challenging depending upon how you view your neighbors.
We deeply love our new neighbor Nurundean. He wasn't just our bus driver, but he is our new friend. Nurundea and his family are Shia Muslims, and the beauty of Christ dwells within him. We truly believe that we will be with our friend in Eternity. Let us love one another regardless of skin color, religion, socioeconomic status, and demographics. Remember God created humanity in His own image; in the image of God he created them. Genesis 1:27 (TLV)