How are we doing

In reaching the world for
Christ?
2010 Population of the world: 6.85 billions
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AFRICA
AMERICAS
ASIA
EUROPE
OCEANIA

1.033 billion
0.939 billion
4....
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Under 15 years old

1.8 billion

26.5%

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Under 27 years old

3.4 billion

50%

54% of the Indian population is below ...
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85% of the youth live in poverty
13 live on the street, without home or parents
(100 million street children)
50%...
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Non-literates &

1.5 billion 22%

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Functional illiterate 3.billion

45%

Total 67% of the world population can’t, won...
Over 51% of global population is now in urban.
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Rural dwellers

3.3 5billion

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Urban dwellers

3.4 5billion

49%

51%
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Over 40% of global population will move to
other countries.
80% of the world population will move to
cities.
New reality! We are
young, poor, urbanites, illiterate, moving, and
growing fast.
2008
2,231,421,000
1,412,301,000
887,991,000
391,122,000

2025
2,670,312,000
1,861,186,000
1,065,370,000
456,705,000

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C...
Majority Religion

Christian

Muslim

Hindu

Buddhist

Non-religious
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There are too many lost people.
410
million

227
million

350
million

123
million
300
million

427
million
20
million
World Evangelicals – Continent by Continent
100%

Pacific

80%

Europe
60%

North America
Latin America

40%

Asia
20%

Af...
Explosion of the non-western Church
• True Christianity has grown by more than 300
million believers in the past ten years...
2008
Christians
33.3%
 Church members 2,113,199,000
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Africa
Asia
Europe
Latin America
Northern America
Ocean...
Christian organization

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2008
Churches
3,684,000
Workers
11,866,000
Missionaries
458,000
Men
6,994,000
Wo...
Explosion of the non-western missionaries

3%
Estimated missionaries sent by various
countries over the next 15-20 years.
Koreans: 30,000
Missionaries
Chinese: 50,000
M...
The World’s Mission Force

West

70%?

Non West
Christian ministry

2009

2025

Bible translation
4660
 Total monthly listeners
/viewers
2,580,000,000

6900
3,800,000,00...
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Enough evangelism, but there are too many
peoples never heard the gospel even once.
Still there will be 2 billion pe...
#of the people groups
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Whole world 11,566
Unreached people 6,456
Unengaged unreached
people
3,337

Total # of popula...
Unevangelized people

Population %
Have heard the
~ 4.7
70%
Gospel in some form
billion

Virtually no exposure
to the Gosp...
Unreached Population
(in millions)
1

India

344,000,000

2

China

262,000,000

3

Pakistan

144,000,000

4

Indonesia

6...
200
180
160
140
120
100
80
60
40
20
0

Muslim 2.7
Buddhist 5.6
Hindu 5.6
Other 9.9
Non-Religious 10.5
Tribal 50.9
Jewish 5...
World Population

Foreign Missionaries
Missionary presence
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95% of Christian workers focus on their own
people
Of the 5% who become missionaries 80-90%
focus on people...
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Accessibility – do all people in the world have
access to the gospel?
Possibility - Can we reach them all if we
c...
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The youth must lead the half of the world
youth population to Christ.
The youth must make disciples of other
n...
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Dare to finish the task by taking the gospel to
2 billion people, making disciples of 3000
unengaged unreached...
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Jesus glorified God by completing the task
through His life and death(John17).
Let’s glorify God by finishing the...
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Contact: Global Assistance Partner

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Rev. Kang Hee Ahn
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  1. 1. How are we doing In reaching the world for Christ?
  2. 2. 2010 Population of the world: 6.85 billions      AFRICA AMERICAS ASIA EUROPE OCEANIA 1.033 billion 0.939 billion 4.166 billion 0.732 billion 0.035 billion 14.95% 13.61% 60.31% 10.61% 0.52%
  3. 3.  Under 15 years old 1.8 billion 26.5%  Under 27 years old 3.4 billion 50% 54% of the Indian population is below 25 years old.
  4. 4.    85% of the youth live in poverty 13 live on the street, without home or parents (100 million street children) 50% suffer malnutrition
  5. 5.  Non-literates & 1.5 billion 22%  Functional illiterate 3.billion 45% Total 67% of the world population can’t, won’t, and don’t read.
  6. 6. Over 51% of global population is now in urban.  Rural dwellers 3.3 5billion  Urban dwellers 3.4 5billion 49% 51%
  7. 7.   Over 40% of global population will move to other countries. 80% of the world population will move to cities.
  8. 8. New reality! We are young, poor, urbanites, illiterate, moving, and growing fast.
  9. 9. 2008 2,231,421,000 1,412,301,000 887,991,000 391,122,000 2025 2,670,312,000 1,861,186,000 1,065,370,000 456,705,000  Christians Muslims Hindus Buddhists  Non-Christians 4,460,063,000 5,234,922,000   
  10. 10. Majority Religion Christian Muslim Hindu Buddhist Non-religious
  11. 11.  There are too many lost people.
  12. 12. 410 million 227 million 350 million 123 million 300 million 427 million 20 million
  13. 13. World Evangelicals – Continent by Continent 100% Pacific 80% Europe 60% North America Latin America 40% Asia 20% Africa 0% 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010
  14. 14. Explosion of the non-western Church • True Christianity has grown by more than 300 million believers in the past ten years. • About 10 million of these new Christians are from North America and Europe • The rest – 290 million – are from countries like Nigeria, Brazil, India and China. The Global South: The new faces of Evangelical Christianity
  15. 15. 2008 Christians 33.3%  Church members 2,113,199,000       Africa Asia Europe Latin America Northern America Oceania 423,675,000 355,008,000 556,359,000 530,187,000 220,374,000 22,788,000 2025 33.8% 2,549,094,000 627,557,000 474,745,000 537,144,000 634,354,000 245,693,000 26,595,000
  16. 16. Christian organization         2008 Churches 3,684,000 Workers 11,866,000 Missionaries 458,000 Men 6,994,000 Women 4,872,000 Denominations 39,000 Foreign-mission sending agencies 4,550 Service agencies 27,000 2025 5,000,000 14,000,000 550,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 55,000 6,000 36,000
  17. 17. Explosion of the non-western missionaries 3%
  18. 18. Estimated missionaries sent by various countries over the next 15-20 years. Koreans: 30,000 Missionaries Chinese: 50,000 Missionaries 10/40 Window Latin Americans: 10,000 missionaries Nigerians: 15,000 missionaries Filipinos: 100,000 Contract labor tentmakers
  19. 19. The World’s Mission Force West 70%? Non West
  20. 20. Christian ministry 2009 2025 Bible translation 4660  Total monthly listeners /viewers 2,580,000,000 6900 3,800,000,000 Scripture Distribution 8,460,000,000    6,509,081,000 Unevangelized population 1,871,208,000 2,034,713,000
  21. 21.   Enough evangelism, but there are too many peoples never heard the gospel even once. Still there will be 2 billion people never heard the gospel no matter what if we continue the same way of preaching the gospel.
  22. 22. #of the people groups    Whole world 11,566 Unreached people 6,456 Unengaged unreached people 3,337 Total # of population 6,691,484,000 3,931,745,839 465,352,803
  23. 23. Unevangelized people Population % Have heard the ~ 4.7 70% Gospel in some form billion Virtually no exposure to the Gospel ~ 2.0 billion 30%
  24. 24. Unreached Population (in millions) 1 India 344,000,000 2 China 262,000,000 3 Pakistan 144,000,000 4 Indonesia 68,600,000 5 Iran 48,700,000 6 Thailand 34,100,000 7 Algeria 32,900,000 8 Morocco 30,900,000 9 Bangladesh 30,000,000 10 Afghanistan 26,000,000 Majority of the Unreached World
  25. 25. 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Muslim 2.7 Buddhist 5.6 Hindu 5.6 Other 9.9 Non-Religious 10.5 Tribal 50.9 Jewish 58.8 Christian 185.6
  26. 26. World Population Foreign Missionaries
  27. 27. Missionary presence
  28. 28.      95% of Christian workers focus on their own people Of the 5% who become missionaries 80-90% focus on people groups which are majority Christian Only 2.5 – 4% of missionaries are focused on the 25 - 28% of the world who are unreached Only few young missionaries for the half of the young world population Not many Asian young leaders in missions
  29. 29.    Accessibility – do all people in the world have access to the gospel? Possibility - Can we reach them all if we continue the same way of doing mission? Transformability - Why not change the way of doing mission? Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results Albert Einstein
  30. 30.     The youth must lead the half of the world youth population to Christ. The youth must make disciples of other nationals in their school who are unreached. The youth must go and make disciples of the unreached peoples around the world. The youth must take leadership to transform the world for Christ.
  31. 31.     Dare to finish the task by taking the gospel to 2 billion people, making disciples of 3000 unengaged unreached peoples. Let’s adopt one Unengaged unreached people group as my people! Would you give your two weeks to plant one church among the unreached in 2010? Would you give two years of your golden life to plant churches among the unreached?
  32. 32.    Jesus glorified God by completing the task through His life and death(John17). Let’s glorify God by finishing the task of reaching all the unreached peoples. If it is not worthy of dying for, it is not worthy of living for.
  33. 33.  Contact: Global Assistance Partner  Rev. Kang Hee Ahn
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