Video Series – Multiply
What do the deserts of North Africa, the islands of Southeast Asia, the urban cityscape of New York City, and the mountains of Central Asia have in common? They are all home to the world’s most unreached Muslim people groups. Watch Multiply, a four-episode series about the diversity of the Muslim world and how God is moving to make Himself known there.
Multiply: New York City
New York, the most populous and diverse city in the US, is home to nearly 1 million Muslims—most of whom are immigrants from unreached parts of the world. Whether there for education, work or political asylum, Muslims are often open to spiritual conversations. Find out how a team in New York is reaching out in friendship to Muslim seekers with the Good News of Jesus—and explore how you can get involved.
In this episode of Multiply, visit a city in Indonesia where small groups of Muslim seekers and new believers are gathering to study the Bible, pray and then put their faith in action. In the face of persecution, spiritual warfare and poverty, Jesus is building His church in Indonesia. Find out how you can get involved.
Imagine a city the size of Des Moines, Iowa, with no church. In this episode of Multiply, journey to eastern Chad, where a Pioneers team is working to start a church-planting movement among an unreached people group with a population of 200,000 and no known believers. Through medical care and clean water, this team is building relationships and using chronological Bible studies to introduce spiritually hungry Chadians to the good news.
To a Western eye, it’s easy to see Pakistan in stereotypes. But in this episode of Multiply, one Pioneer witnesses up close the complexity, wonder, beauty and devastation found in Pakistan. And now Pioneers are challenging the Chinese church to take good news across the border into Pakistan. By mobilizing and resourcing these brothers and sisters in Christ, we empower them to be ambassadors for Jesus. And perhaps God has reserved this honor of taking the gospel to the people of Pakistan especially for them.
Stories from the pursuit
Is “Lost” a Four-Letter Word?
Should we even use the word “lost” to describe people who do not yet know Christ as Savior? Where does the term come from?
Aren’t There People Who Need the Gospel in My Own Neighborhood?
Some people have less access to the gospel of Jesus Christ than others. Significantly less. Embarrassingly less. Here's what I mean...
Photo Essay – North Africa
What would you see in a North African city or town? Come with us on a virtual tour from the mosque and the market to the bakery, café and classroom.
Many Arab women veil their hair and sometimes their faces. Carrie has discovered another veil among her friends—a veil that covers their hearts.