Reach the World Next Door

God has moved the mission field right next to us.

One million legal immigrants move to the USA every year. Close to one million international students are studying in North America right now. There are refugees in almost every global city struggling to survive and wide open for friendly care. Many of them are from highly unreached countries like Afghanistan, Bhutan, and Somalia. 

This incredible migration of people is one of God's most special plans to finish the gospel work to every language, tribe, and people. Learn more about the exciting ways you can be involved.

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Reach out to Refugees and Immigrants  

Jesus said, “The stranger who dwells among you shall be to you as one born among you, and you shall love him as yourself” (Leviticus 19:34). Explore our training site Reach the World Next Door to see the many special ways you can care for refugees and immigrants.   

Enjoy learning more about The World Next Door in this booklet featured in Young Disciple Magazine:

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Learn how to Befriend International Students

You can change the world by befriending international students. Welcome them to your area, practice English with them, or invite them to your home during the holidays! 

There are at least 4,069 unreached people groups in very challenging mission fields (JoshuaProject.org).  How can the Great Commission ever be finished? God has a plan.

God’s strategy at Pentecost

2000 years ago there gathered in Jerusalem “devout men, from every nation under heaven” (Acts 2:5). The disciples prayed, the Holy Spirit moved, and 3000 people of many languages were baptized in a day.

God’s strategy at the end of time

“We should be able to see in the multiplying opportunities to reach many foreigners in America a divinely appointed means of rapidly extending the third angel’s message into all the nations of the earth. God in His providence has brought men to our very doors and thrust them, as it were, into our arms, that they might learn the truth, and be qualified to do a work we could not do in getting the light before men of other tongues” (Evangelism 570).