This past week, one of our newest volunteers (Thanks Jim!) brought to our attention this poster being distributed by Joshua Project: Could this poster be true – that “4 in 5 of those living in Frontier People Groups (FPGs – one fifth of all humanity) live in the few hundred largest FPGs. If this is all true, a lot of us better download and print that poster.

(Note: Frontier People Groups (FPGs) are described by JoshuaProject as Unreached People Groups with estimated Christian Adherents less than or equal to 0.1% and without clear evidence of a sufficient gospel movement adequate to impact the whole group. There are surprisingly a large number, about 4,984 Frontier People Groups with a total population of 2,007,461,000. One-fourth (25%) of the world lives in FPGs and have almost no chance of hearing about Jesus from someone in their own people group. About HALF the population of all FPGs live in just 35 groups, each ten million and over in population. Get the prayer guide for the original 31 largest frontier groups from this Joshua Project link.)

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