There are 3.2 billion people who are considered unreached with the Gospel.

Will your church pray for the unreached once a month?

Get Unreached in Focus, a monthly email with free resources to facilitate congregational prayer. Each month focuses on a unique nation, people group, or critical issue related to reaching the unreached.

Resources are designed to make it simple for leaders to help congregations relate to the people they are praying for. Free and digitally packaged for ease of use, monthly email includes:

  • bulleted prayer points
  • high-resolution images for display
  • description of background/context
  • sample written prayer

Get Prayer Resources Now

Make it simple for your church to pray for the unreached!

Check your email today for your first Unreached in Focus. After this, each month’s resources will arrive about a week before the first of the month. Thank you for your prayers for the unreached!

Unreached Prayer Initiative

What is the Unreached Prayer Initiative?

 

The Great Commission is inseparable from the mission of the church. While there are many lost people in every nation, about one-third of the world’s population are considered unreached. This means they have little chance of ever hearing the Gospel in their heart language unless it comes from the outside. Therefore, evangelizing the unreached is mission-critical and needs the focused prayer support of the global church.

FEBC’s Unreached Prayer Initiative is a long-term equipping effort for the church in America and around the world to pray for the unreached. Under this initiative, the once-a-month Unreached in Focus email delivers monthly resources for churches to pray for a specific unreached nation, unreached people group, or for an issue critical to reaching the unreached.

Anyone can sign up to receive these emails and can opt out at any time. However, the material is designed for those who are leading the church in congregational prayer. If you would like to learn more about FEBC, how your church can partner to reach the unreached, or if you have any suggestions for how we can improve this service, please let us know here.