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  • s  inaccessibly located or situated

  • A Global Mission: With his impassioned call in 1974 for Christians to serve the world's "unreached peoples" by looking beyond national borders, Ralph Winter revolutionized what .
  • Added the head of the Ministerial Alliance: "It failed to reach the unreached, and I hesitate to credit any increased church membership to the Mission, though it brought a .
  • WORLDLY PURSUER: Ralph Winter, 80, Frontier Mission Fellowship, California With his impassioned call in 1974 for Christians to serve the worlds unreached peoples, Winter .

  • APJ Abdul Kalam in Islamic Republic News Agency
    Kalam added, "Citizens participation can be in many important areas like reaching the unreached, feedback on service to the people, human resources development, entrepreneurship, role of home makers, the environment development, youth participation...
  • John Piper in BP News
    This concept, and the subsequent emphasis on unreached peoples (as opposed to unreached 'fields') has been globally seismic in the transformation of missions,Piper wrote.
  • Albert Mohler in Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Towers Online
    In reality, there are as many teeming millions of unreached persons on the continent of Europe today as in any other geographically comparative place in the world,Mohler said. "We desperately need a generation ready to go to Milan, a...

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