Reach the World Next Door

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30 Days to Reach the world

Start January with a new challenge to pray for 30 days for the largest unreached people groups who have moved to America. Learn new ideas on how to share God's love. Read inspirational writings that show how God will work through His people to finally finish the Great Commission to the whole world. Get friends and family to join you. Explore the challenge now.

Join us on Day 20 to Pray for the Japanese




Most Japanese say their religion is Buddhism, Shintoism, or both. Many regard religion as a cultural tradition rather than personal beliefs. Few know God as Father, Friend or Savior. Suicide rates are on the increase in Japan. Japan has approximately 126,394,000 and is the second largest unreached people group in America.


Claim the power of the cross to die a deeper death to selfishness and let Christ’s compassion live through you (Galatians 2:20; 2 Corinthians 5:14-15). If all your life as a Buddhist you thought there was no God and that you had to be super good on your own, wouldn’t you be excited to hear a Christian friend tell the story of how God saved his marriage by changing his selfish heart?

Be Inspired

“Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the Lord” (Malachi 4:5-6).

“Those who are to prepare the way for the second coming of Christ are represented by faithful Elijah, as John came in the spirit of Elijah to prepare the way for Christ’s first advent.

The work of John the Baptist, and the work of those who in the last days go forth in the spirit and power of Elijah to arouse the people from their apathy, are in many respects the same. His work is a type of the work that must be done in this age. Christ is to come the second time to judge the world in righteousness.

John separated himself from friends and from the luxuries of life. The simplicity of his dress, a garment woven of camel’s hair, was a standing rebuke to the extravagance and display of the Jewish priests, and of the people generally. His diet, purely vegetable, of locusts and wild honey, was a rebuke to the indulgence of appetite and the gluttony that everywhere prevailed. ... The great subject of reform is to be agitated, and the public mind is to be stirred. Temperance in all things is to be connected with the message, to turn the people of God from their idolatry, their gluttony, and their extravagance in dress and other things.

The self-denial, humility, and temperance required of the righteous, whom God especially leads and blesses, is to be presented to the people in contrast to the extravagant, health-destroying habits of those who live in this degenerate age. God has shown that health reform is as closely connected with the third angel’s message as the hand is with the body.

As John the Baptist ... called their attention to the Ten Commandments, so we are to give, with no uncertain sound, the message: ‘Fear God, and give glory to him; for the hour of his judgment is come.’ With the earnestness that characterized Elijah the prophet and John the Baptist, we are to strive to prepare the way for Christ’s second advent” (Maranatha, 22).

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“Please can you help my brother get out of Afghanistan?” my close friend Mr. A. earnestly pleaded. “He will be targeted and killed because he worked for the U.S. military.”

Another close friend of my wife’s said, “I can’t reach my family because the satellites have been bombed. I don’t know when I will ever see them again!”

It has been heart-breaking for all of us to watch Afghanistan fall to the Taliban. We feel helpless, but while many remain trapped, thousands have been evacuated. Right now 37,000 new Afghan refugees are coming to 46 states in the USA. We can welcome and assist them, right here and right now: