THE TASK IS UNFINISHED.

COULD THE GREAT COMMISSION REALLY BE FULFILLED IN OUR GENERATION?

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4,000+

LANGUAGE GROUPS
HAVE NO BIBLE

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3,100

PEOPLE GROUPS
HAVE NO MISSIONARY

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67%

OF PEOPLE IN THE
WORLD ARE ORAL LEARNERS

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3.5 billion

MUSLIMS, BUDDHISTS, AND
HINDUS ARE WITHOUT CHRIST

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ABOUT ISSACHAR

The Issachar Initiative exists to serve the body of Christ by bringing vision and focus so its resources are strategically directed toward the fulfillment of the Great Commission. To become a trusted source of information influencing ministry activities and financial investments toward the least-reached people of the world helping to fulfill the missional aspect of the Great Commission.


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QUICK FACTS:

  • 4,000+ language groups still have no Bible
  • Over 3,100 people groups have no missionary. ([1])
  • 95% of the world’s countries do not have a current survey showing the villages and barrios where there are no churches ([2]). It is estimated that well over 1 million neighbourhoods are without a single church.
  • 2/3 of the world and the unreached are illiterate and need to receive the Gospel message orally but we tend to minister with a literate approach. ([3])
  • 3.5 Billion Muslims, Buddhists and Hindus are without Christ, and have very little chance of hearing the Gospel.


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SUMMITS

There are more than 2.3 billion Christians, more than 5 million churches, more than 43,000 denominations, and more than 12 million Christian workers across the globe. With all these resources amassed, why is it that the task of reaching the entire world is still unfinished?

UPCOMING:

Count for Zero Dallas/Fort Worth Conference

September 9-10, 2015

FEATURED SPEAKERS:

These are some of the speakers for the Count for Zero Dallas/Fort Worth Conference.
    • Kn Moy
      Masterworks
    • Bob Westfall
      Westfall Group
    • Ghislaine Benney
      Mission Aviation Fellowship
    • Paul Eshleman
      The Issachar Initiative

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