Summer 2018 Missions Opportunity

Nomad Truck Venture Interested in learning more about exploring a mission opportunity to the nomadic people groups of Central Asia? The below information is a collaboration between The Nomadic Peoples Network and Frontier Ventures and could potentially be a “defining trip of your life”. If you are a back packer, adventurer, camping enthusiast, or entrepreneur […]

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What Does Personal Evangelism Look Like?

Check out a post from Keelan Cook: We must stop thinking of evangelism in individual terms. “Ideally evangelism is not something to be undertaken in isolation,” quip Chester and Timmis, and they are absolutely right. The work of engagement is best done in the context of community. The good news of the gospel informs us […]

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Introducing: The Peoples Next Door website

“Necessity is the mother of invention.” At least, that’s what people say. For the last couple of years, Southeastern Seminary has worked on our Peoples Next Door project. Peoples Next Door exists to help train and equip local churches to discover and engage the unreached people groups in their communities. We do this by providing […]

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And who is my neighbor? Reflections on Muslim immigration

Yesterday we recommended a helpful article concerning Muslim immigration by Marty Duren. In the article, Marty responds to negative attitudes about Muslim immigration to the US, and offers some sound reasoning for churches, and of course believers, in the States. Today, we would like to build off this foundation and provide a few positive steps […]

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A Recommended Read on Muslim Immigration

For those of you who follow our blog, you are familiar with our Peoples Next Door project. We spend a good deal of time around here talking about this unprecedented movement of people. God is bringing so many unreached peoples from around the world and settling them in our neighborhoods. The least reached are increasingly […]

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Refugees: The gospel opportunity your church is missing

Each and every year between 60-80 thousand refugees land in the United States from all over the world. The US accepts more refugees than any other country in the world, and without fail, these individuals and families move to the US and settle into our homes and communities. For many local churches, refugees are a real […]

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Peoples Next Door: Suburban Explosion

If you’ve been around the blog at all, you’ve read about the wave of international peoples into the United States. As we examine our research, some trends are inevitably shaping up, and this week the Brookings Institute released a fascinating report that corroborates what we have found. In short, this massive influx of internationals is settling […]

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Peoples Next Door: Little Kurdistan

The following post was written back in August of 2012, in the beginning stages of the Peoples Next Door project. The information was gathered through the MSA project at NACPN.com and is compiled into this post as an example of how to use this data as a church planting aid. It is called Little Kurdistan. Not a […]

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