Praying Through The Harvest
Nigeria plays host to 40 Unreached People Groups (UPG) and 3 Least Evangelized People Groups (LEPG).
An Unreached People Group refers to an ethnic group without an INDIGENOUS, self-propagating Christian church movement. They are statistically described has having less than or equal to 2% evangelical Christians and less than or equal to 5% professing Christians.
Least Evangelized People Groups refer to people groups who have passed the 2-5% mark but have less than 10% of indigenous believers per total population greater than 50,000 and, thus, remain very significant in the pursuit of missiological breakthrough. Two key people groups that fall into this category in Nigeria are the Hausa and the Fulani.
Our mission at NEMA is clear and the vision unambiguous: “To see a completed Great Commission through the active involvement of the Nigerian Church and Missions Movement in all the Unreached Nations of the World.”
God has been faithful to the commitment and labours of His servants over the years. However, the task is yet to be finished! The mandate is to see no place left.
Praying Through the Harvest was published to bring you into taking your part in seeing these tribes saved.
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