Making Disciples by Establishing the Church Where it Does not Exist
A people group is an ethno-linguistic group with a shared identity based on language or ethnicity. It is the largest group within which the gospel can spread without significant barriers to understanding.
Outreach Pastor: John LoRusso
Asst. Director of Outreach: Alex Hartranft
We draw this idea about a people group from the Greek connotation of the word "nations" in passages such as Matthew 24:14 and Matthew 28:19 above, where we are told about God's desire for the gospel to go to all the nations.Matthew 28:19 "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations..."
There are approximately 111,757 people groups worldwide.
Information provided by The International Mission Board - Global Research
We at Cedar Crest are all about getting the gospel to places where people have never heard of the name of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Bible. We have sent out workers to Unreached peoples in North Africa, Eastern Africa, Europe, North America, and Southeast Asia.
We partner with our missionaries working in reached areas by organizing short-term missions trips to help with a variety of areas in their long-term ministries. We have partaken in trips where we have helped build houses for missionaries, provide food and supplies, run vacation Bible School programs for families, and helped out at a refugee camp.
We have sent many out in order to equip indigenous pastors and church leaders to be able to faithfully disciple their own congregations to grow in their faith and labor for the gospel in their own local contexts.
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