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The information below was presented as one of four Disciple Makers Network seminars on missions hosted by Hope Chapel Honolulu | Dr. Jack Lankhorst, Christian Life Center, Riverside, CA.


As God’s people, we are commanded by Christ to go into all the world with the Good News of the Gospel and make disciples of all nations/ethnos. (Matthew 28:18-20 and Acts 1:8). Christian Life Center’s unique calling is to go to people groups where the Gospel has not had a visible presence and to lay a foundation of prayer, crucial to any future missions work. We are called to the:

  • Unreached: A people group is considered unreached (UPG) when there is no indigenous community of believing Christians able to engage this people group with church planting.
  • Unengaged: Unreached people groups are unengaged (UUPG) when they do not know Christ nor do they know anyone who is believer. There is no way, socially, religiously, geographically, etc., for them to know and understand God’s love through Christ.

Access to many of these countries must be done in a creative, non-Christian manner and must first meet an immediate need. Our approach is to provide personal solar lights and personal/community water filters to people living in China, the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, India and elsewhere. Click here to see some of the things we have done.

As a church, we are one team: Praying, Giving, and Going. We are all involved in prayer, many can be involved in giving, and some are able to go into these difficult and sensitive areas of our world.

If you’d like to give… click here to go to our Aplos giving page, go to “Select a Purpose,” and select “Special Offerings.” Thank you!

Visit our websites at RTInc.org and Hopi.org.



33% of the world is considered Christian (roughly 2.5 billion).
72% of all world missionaries go to people that have Bibles and churches.
$39 Billion (87%) of missions money goes to countries already considered Christian.

38% of the world has access to the Gospel but has not chosen to follow Jesus (roughly 2.9 billion).
25% of all world missionaries go to people that have some access to Bibles and churches.
$5.4 Billion (12%) of missions money goes to countries that have access to the Gospel.

29% of the world has never heard of Jesus (roughly 2.3 billion).
3% of all world missionaries go to people that have no way to hear the Gospel.
$450 Million (1%) of missions money goes to countries that have no access to the Gospel.

In other words, 3% of our missionaries, armed with only 1% of the finances is going out to reach the 2.3 billion people who have NO access to the Gospel!



  • The Joshua Project — Bringing definition to the unfinished task
  • Unreached People Groups — There around 196 Countries with over 16,000 distinct people groups in the world. Over 7,000 people groups, almost 3 billion people, are unreached! Almost half have no churches, no believers, no missionaries, and know no one who knows the Gospel!
  • The Greatest Story Never Told — Almost 2,000 of the world’s 7,000 languages are still waiting for their first portion of Scripture.
  • Lost — Unapproachable, inaccessible in location or situation, untouched, untouchable, disconnected, unable to be met or out of touch. These are all words and descriptions given for yet another word: Unreached.
  • Tears of the Saints
  • Beautiful Feet — There are places where the Good News has never been heard. The area of the Himalayas, the world’s highest mountain range, is one of the least evangelized regions on earth and where the Good News has never been heard.
  • Transformations 2, The Inuits (George Otis, The Sentinel Group)