Reaching the Unreached

Redeemer Church supports missionary, church planting, and evangelism initiatives in several countries. Some of these countries we cannot name for security reasons. Below is just some of the initiatives we support.


Will you please pray for the advancement of the gospel around the world? Many of our brothers and sisters worship the Lord Jesus Christ under severe persecution. Let's not forget them!


And maybe God is calling you to GO. Be careful not to miss the "still, small voice" of the Holy Spirit who may be prompting you to sacrifice your life for the sake of His name!

The Fields Are White Unto Harvest . . .

UGANDA

Matthew & Ashley Boyd's Kingdom Home houses more than 150 boys and girls who are at risk of sex-trafficking in Uganda. The Boyd's say, "These are all children who were once at risk of child sex slavery but are now safe, loved, and cared for in one of our four homes."


The mission of Kingdom Home is to end sex-trafficking in Uganda through prevention.


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KINGDOM HOME





CHAD

Redeemer supports those who are taking the gospel to Chad through an organization called Pioneers.


Pioneers empowers gospel-driven Christians to go to the ends of the earth together in relentless pursuit of the unreached.


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PIONEERS

UNITED KINGDOM

It's unbelievable that one of the places with the lowest church attendance is the United Kingdom. Dale Peterson is highly focused on youth leadership development in Great Britain, specifically assisting local churches to identify, recruit, and train leadership teams in effective youth ministry.  


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DALE PETERSON

TURKEY

Turkey remains the largest nation unreached by the gospel. The country of Turkey has a population of 80.8 million, and 99.8% of them are Muslim. Christian leaders estimate that there are around 3,500 evangelical believers in the entire country. Through International Needs USA, Redeemer Church supports the evangelism efforts of native Turkish pastors Behnan Konutgan and Antuan Gurun.


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INTERNATIONAL NEEDS