Evangelical mission organisation SEND International is in dire need of mission workers to assist in fulfilling its church-planting mission.
SEND not only reaches underpivileged communities across the globe, but also areas of the world that may be rich in resources but lack a Christian network.
The Joshua Project refers to these populations as “unreached” or “least reached” because “there is no indigenous community of believing Christians with adequate numbers and resources to evangelise this people group.”
SEND International is committed to reaching the unreached people groups from Alaska to Greenland as part of a ministry called the “60-70 Window.”
“There’s a real exciting work opening up eastward across the northern part of Canada, [to] expand our ministry among the native Alaskan and the Inuit people across the north,” the organisation’s international director, Warren Janzen said in a statement.
“We just recently, in the last couple of months, have made a connection in northern Canada [and] 23 new villages have opened up to us. [It’s] an opportunity to place people in and take the Gospel to these villages who have no witness.”
The ministry is named after the large span of land in Alaska and northern Canada between the 60 and 70-degree latitudes.
SOURCE: Christian Today