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  • Introduction: <br /> Who am I, what is Operation World <br />
  • The state of the Gospel – the Gospel is just fine! <br /> It is eternal and unchanging and powerful. The Gospel is the work of God; it doesn’t depend on US, It is the work of GOD and He is sovereign, omnipotent and in complete control of His plan and His creation. <br />
  • Where We Are Now <br /> A GLOBAL FAITH - show the global diversity and widespread nature of the believing Church <br /> Christian and evangelical populations show the global nature of Christianity (maps), groups of Christians now in every country in the world <br />
  • Where We Are Now - The Global Church <br /> Global Status of Christianity - show the global diversity and widespread nature of the believing Church (OW, Johnson/WCE, Jenkins) <br /> Christian and evangelical populations show the global nature of Christianity <br />
  • Where We Are Now - The Global Church <br /> Global Status of Christianity explain how Christianity is the only genuine global faith in terms of geographical spread and cultural diversity as well as the fastest growing (at least for evangelical Christianity) <br />
  • Where We Are Now - The Global Church <br /> Global Status of Christianity explain how Christianity is the only genuine global faith in terms of geographical spread and cultural diversity as well as the fastest growing (at least for evangelical Christianity) <br />
  • Where We Are Now - The Global Church <br /> Global Status of Christianity explain how Christianity is the only genuine global faith in terms of geographical spread and cultural diversity as well as the fastest growing (at least for evangelical Christianity) <br />
  • Where We Are Now <br /> A GLOBAL FAITH - show the global diversity and widespread nature of the believing Church <br /> explain how Christianity is the only genuine global faith in terms of geographical spread and cultural diversity as well as the fastest growing (at least for evangelical Christianity) <br /> evangelical – all who generally emphasize the following <br /> the Lord Jesus Christ as the sole source of salvation through faith in Him <br /> personal faith and conversion with regeneration by the Holy Spirit <br /> a recognition of the inspired Word of God as the final basis for faith and hly living <br /> commitment to Biblical witness, evangelism and mission that brings other to faith in Christ <br />
  • Where We Are Now <br /> A GLOBAL FAITH - show the global diversity and widespread nature of the believing Church <br /> show areas of highest and lowest concentration of Christians (there are still areas almost completely untouched by the Gospel) (map) <br />
  • Where We Are Now - The Global Church <br /> Global Status of Christianity show areas of highest and lowest concentration of Christians (there are still areas almost untouched by the Gospel) (map) <br />
  • THE CHURCH IN THE WEST - in crisis? or being refined? The decline and reshaping of Christianity in the West. <br /> show Europe/N.A. as historic centre of Christendom for the last 1900 years <br />
  • THE CHURCH IN THE WEST. <br /> rapid decline of Christianity in Europe in 20th century <br />
  • THE CHURCH IN THE WEST. <br /> emphasize the weakness of cultural Christianity and the low % of evangelicals within Christendom in Europe <br />
  • THE CHURCH IN THE WEST. <br /> emphasize the weakness of cultural Christianity and the low % of evangelicals within Christendom in Europe <br /> post-Christian era: believing Xy (evangelicalism) labelled as intolerant and bigoted and a low-level subtle discrimination against evangelicals in the public sphere <br />
  • Majority World Church <br /> establish that this was a result of the missions movement that came from the west 1792-present day <br />
  • Majority World Church <br /> show the statistical centre of Christianity as being in the majority World and set to become more so <br />
  • Majority World Church <br /> show the statistical emergence of the majority world as the major missions sending force, not of the future, but even of the present! <br />
  • illustrate some of the exciting non-Western mission movements (China (Back to Jerusalem), African (MANI, 50:15, BTJ) Latino (COMIBAM), Filipino (PMA) and Indonesian (domestic workers mission training concept)) (visual) <br />
  • illustrate some of the exciting non-Western mission movements (China (Back to Jerusalem), African (MANI, 50:15, BTJ) Latino (COMIBAM), Filipino (PMA) and Indonesian (domestic workers mission training concept)) (visual) <br />
  • illustrate some of the exciting non-Western mission movements (China (Back to Jerusalem), African (MANI, 50:15, BTJ) Latino (COMIBAM), Filipino (PMA) and Indonesian (domestic workers mission training concept)) (visual) <br />
  • illustrate some of the exciting non-Western mission movements (China (Back to Jerusalem), African (MANI, 50:15, BTJ) Latino (COMIBAM), Filipino (PMA) and Indonesian (domestic workers mission training concept)) (visual) <br />
  • illustrate some of the exciting non-Western mission movements (China (Back to Jerusalem), African (MANI, 50:15, BTJ) Latino (COMIBAM), Filipino (PMA) and Indonesian (domestic workers mission training concept)) (visual) <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the obvious <br /> Population <br /> where do the largest numbers of unevangelized live? (10/40 Window, South and Southeast Asia cluster of countries) <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the obvious <br /> Population <br /> where do the largest numbers of unevangelized live? (10/40 Window, South and Southeast Asia cluster of countries) <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the obvious <br /> Population <br /> where do the largest numbers of unevangelized live? (10/40 Window, South and Southeast Asia cluster of countries) <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the obvious <br /> Population <br /> where do the largest numbers of unevangelized live? (10/40 Window, South and Southeast Asia cluster of countries) <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the strategic <br /> Peoples/UPGs - People Group Thinking - what the remaining task IS (Matt 24:14) <br /> how many peoples are there? <br /> where are the highest concentration of UPGs? <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the strategic <br /> Peoples/UPGs - People Group Thinking - what the remaining task IS (Matt 24:14) <br /> how many peoples are there? <br /> where are the highest concentration of UPGs? <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the strategic <br /> Peoples/UPGs - People Group Thinking - what the remaining task IS (Matt 24:14) <br /> how many peoples are there? <br /> where are the highest concentration of UPGs? <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> Why the unevangelized ARE unevangelized <br /> the reason they’re unreached is generally because they’re the hardest to reach! <br /> People Blindness: many great illustrative examples: <br /> Fulani, Chinese Hui, Marsh Arab <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> Why the unevangelized ARE unevangelized <br /> the reason they’re unreached is generally because they’re the hardest to reach! <br /> People Blindness: many great illustrative examples: <br /> Fulani, Chinese Hui, Marsh Arab <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> Why the unevangelized ARE unevangelized <br /> the reason they’re unreached is generally because they’re the hardest to reach! <br /> People Blindness: many great illustrative examples: <br /> Fulani, Chinese Hui, Marsh Arab <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the strategic <br /> we are not sending our people to the right places (chart/map) <br />
  • Where We Need To Go - The Task Remaining <br /> the strategic <br /> we are not sending our people to the right places (chart/map) <br />
  • What It Will Take - To Get The Job Done <br /> Priorities - the unreached must remain at the forefront of the our awareness <br /> Mobilizing – the 99% of Christians who have no involvement with mission (incl prayer) – then our competing agendas will become irrelevant <br /> Sacrifice – our prospects, our careers, our finances, willing to suffer and die <br /> Partnership – true collaboration between <br /> the senders, supporters, prayers, givers and goers <br /> specific partnerships for specific unreached groups (Fulani, Marsh Arabs) <br /> the West and the rest, no more “us and them” mentality <br /> unity as a deliberate expression of the body of Christ – power of multicultural teams, power of united prayer (GDOP) <br /> Prayer –“without ME you can do nothing”, “when man works, man works, when man prays, GOD works” <br />
  • What It Will Take - To Get The Job Done <br /> Priorities - the unreached must be at the forefront of the our awareness <br /> Mobilizing – the 99% of Christians who have no involvement with mission (incl prayer) <br /> Sacrifice – suffering, giving up our familiar comfortable lifestyles <br /> Partnership – true collaboration between <br /> the goers – unprecedented level of cooperation on the field (Fula, Gulf, Kazakh) <br /> the senders, supporters, prayers and givers <br /> the West and the rest, no more “us and them” mentality <br /> Wisdom – using the resources we have for the most strategic effect <br />

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  • State of the Gospel
  • State of the Gospel the Gospel is just fine
  • I. Where we are now A Global Faith
  • Majority Religion Christian Islam Hindu Buddhist Non-religious
  • The World’s Christians
  • The World’s Muslims Muslim dot layer map
  • The World’s Buddhists
  • The World’s Hindus
  • Annual Growth Rate of World Religions Evangelical Muslim Traditional ethnic Hindu Christian World Buddhist non-Religious 0.00% 1.00% 2.00% 3.00% 4.00% 5.00%
  • Christians and the Unevangelized
  • Percent Unevangelized Per Country
  • I. Where we are now The Western Church
  • World Christianity – Continent by Continent 100% Pacific 80% North America 60% Europe Latin America 40% Asia 20% 0% 1900 Africa 1920 1940 1960 1980 2000 2010
  • WHAT PERCENT OF CHRISTIANS ARE LATIN AMERICA EVANGELICAL IN FAITH? PACIFIC EUROPE AFRICA NORTH AMERICA ASIA 0% 10% 20% 30% 40%
  • Evangelicals in Europe Pos Antt i-Ch -Chr riisti stian Eur o pe an ?
  • I. Where we are now The Majority World Church
  • 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
  • CROSS-CULTURAL MISSIONARIES WHERE DO THEY COME FROM? 3%
  • The World’s Mission Force West 70%? Majority World
  • How many Christians to send 1 missionary?* 1 Mongolia 222 2 Lebanon 295 3 Singapore 400 4 Niger 451 5 Nepal 458 6 Sri Lanka 479 7 Spain 512 8 Faeroe Is 533 9 Mali 608 10 Thailand 633 *includes only Protestant, Anglican and Independent
  • II. The Task Remaining Geography and Population
  • Majority Religion Christian Islam Hindu Buddhist Non-religious
  • Unevangelized 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 Unevangelized World
  • And this Gospel of the Kingdom shall be preached as a testimony ethne to all nations and then the end will come Matthew 24:14
  • II. The Task Remaining Unreached Peoples
  • Unreached People Groups Buddhist Others 600 1000 Tribal 2000 Muslim 4100 Hindu 2700 Muslim Hindu Tribal Buddhist All Others
  • Countries with the Most Unreached Peoples Country # Peoples # Unreached Peoples India Pakistan India Bangladesh 499 406 Pakistan 401 386 Bangladesh Nepal 2082 China China 2332 370 336 Nepal 315 292
  • Chinese Hui
  • Fulani People
  • Marsh Arabs
  • II. The Task Remaining Imbalanced Sending
  • World Population Foreign Missionaries
  • Missionary presence
  • II. The Task Remaining Strategic Issues
  • Population Under 15 Years Old
  • III. Getting The Job Done Priorities Mobilizing Sacrifice Partnership Prayer
  • When man works, man works; When man prays, GOD works.
  • Data from: Operation World World Christian Encyclopedia U.S. Center for World Mission Joshua Project Global Mapping International Contact Information: jason@operationworld.org