Essay on Unreached People Group Project

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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Unreached People Group Project Submitted to Dr. David H. Campbell, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of the course GLST 500-B10 LUO Global Studies Survey by José C. Caballero March 6, 2015 Abstract God has a plan to reconcile His relationship with man after sin entered the world. This plan revolves around making His name known throughout all tribes and nations. From the Old Testament to the New Testament, the Bible presents God’s missionary purpose for humanity. For this reason, Christians involved in missions will travel to dangerous places to proclaim God’s name and saving power. According to the People Groups…show more content…
The proposed strategy will consist of long-term training and preparation. The plan will be presented to the Missions Pastor at my church in order to send committed missionaries to spend several years partnering with other mission organizations to continue expanding the Kingdom of God in North Korea. Contents Introduction 1 Background Information 2 Summary of Korean History 2 Language 4 Society 5 Religions 6 Survey of Missions Work 8 History of Missions 8 Current Status of the Church 11 Missionary Challenges 13 Present Missionary Strategies 13 Proposed Missionary Strategy 14 Conclusion 19 Bibliography 20 Introduction Christians share a common given goal, which is to make the name of God known throughout the world, to every nation, tribe and tongue. The Great Commission given by Jesus is the fuel and the reason Christ’s followers risk all for the sake of God’s name. God will continue to sponsor and support His people until the work is complete. Koreans in North Korea form one group of unreached people. People Groups website defines a unreached people group as one where “there is no indigenous community of believing Christians able to engage this people group with church planting.” The inability of church planting amongst this people group and the persecution of Christians in this country creates a major challenge to the spreading of Christianity.

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