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What is The Task Unfinished?

29% of the world’s population are considered unreached, that’s over 2 billion people with little access to a church, a believer or a bible.

Currently, among East Asia’s peoples, over 667 million people are still unlikely to meet a follower of Jesus.

Billions of East Asians do not know Christ, and millions have little to no access to the gospel, a Christian church, or even a single believer. We believe God is calling us to focus prayer, people and resources to bring the hope of Christ to unreached peoples in East Asia and around the world.

The Task Unfinished is a call for Christians worldwide to take the gospel to places where Christ is unknown. We believe every person on earth needs to hear the good news, whether from believers in their people group, from reading or hearing the Bible in their own language, or from churches in or near their community.

In the lead up to the Global Hymn Sing on 25th June this month’s prayer resource will help you to consider the need for the gospel to go to all nations and help you to pray for five strategic areas of The Task Unfinished.

The Task Unfinished News & Stories

That’s One Hot Pot!

It does feel like a sauna. Sweltering heat. Sunshine beating down. Clothes sweat-soaked in the thick humidity. That's summertime in Taiwan. *Stomach growls*. You hungry? Ah! I know just the thing. Hotpot! Cozying up to a steaming bowl of soup and and a roaring fire is just what we need. No? Too hot huh. Come [...]

A Practical Jesus

“Don’t give me philosophy. Give me power!” The Taiwanese are a practical people. They want practical help in daily life. So when it comes to religion, they believe and do what works. Abstract philosophies and ineffective gods will not do. How can something invisible like gods and spirits help them in daily life? The Taiwanese […]

Bleeding Out – A Testimony from the Shopworkers Church

When will the bleeding stop? He needs help. Chong-Kai has the genetic disorder hemophilia. It wasn’t his choice. He was born with it. With hemophilia it’s easy to bleed but difficult to stop. His blood cannot clot on it’s own. It’s easy to lose blood. Sometimes the bleeding is external. Sometimes internal. As a boy, […]

Do you like pancakes?

As we sat down for Bible study, I was excited to open God’s Word with Jacky. Since he was unfamiliar with the Bible, I had him read the Scripture passage out loud. I was so excited that a completely unreached person was reading the Bible! After all, this is what I came to Taiwan for! [...]

Chiayi’s biggest night market

One of the most common recreations in Taiwan is going to the night market. There are at least two types of night markets around. One kind has mostly food, clothing and other kinds of shopping. The other kind of night market has also includes a lot of games for both kids and adults alike. Our [...]

Making the most of our investments

Our missionaries are a big investment. It costs money for them to fly to Taiwan, to move things here, to learn the language and culture, to look after their health, to educate their children, enabling their ministries and assisting them to stay here and share God’s love with the Taiwanese people. Sometimes we can be [...]

A Memorable Christmas Morning in Mongolia

This Advent we're sharing stories from past Christmas outreach events in East Asia and prayer points so you can pray for this year's events as they happen - follow #EastAsiaAdvent on social media for regular updates and prayer points. We're looking forward to sharing how your prayers have been answered in the New Year. OMF [...]

5 Ways to Pray for Christmas Outreaches

This Advent we’re sharing stories from past Christmas outreach events in East Asia and prayer points so you can pray for this year’s events as they happen – follow #EastAsiaAdvent on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for regular updates and prayer points. In his Advent devotional The Dawning of Indestructible Joy, John Piper begins by observing [...]

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