internationals

6) What if You Need Info on Internationals in the USA?

flagsThis past week, someone asked, “I know where to go for information about unreached people groups overseas. (They would go to…

http://www.JoshuaProject.net

and

http://www.peoplegroups.org

of course.)

But where do I go for information about unreached immigrants in the USA? One of the best starter pages is…

https://www.peoplegroups.info/

Of particular interest, by the way, is their study of “No Longer Unreached People Groups in the USA.”

8) Join with Others Who Minister to Internationals —

acmi-2014-date-bannerThe Association of Christians Ministering among Internationals (ACMI) is a network of Christians and ministries who reach international students with the gospel. This year’s ACMI conference hosts international ministry organizations in Atlanta, GA, USA, May 29-31, 2014 – to explore how cities, campuses, and churches represent “Kingdom Intersections” for global-local world missions. Well known author-speakers include Soong-Chan Rah, Christine Pohl, Trae Vacek, and Stephen Um. ACMI 2014 will include multi-cultural worship, optional visits to a Hindu temple and mosque, plus 35 practical workshops to equip conferees in best practices to reach international students. Conferees will be housed on the Midtown Atlanta Georgia Tech campus, in the 1996 Olympic Village. For best prices, be sure to register before April 17. For more ACMI 2014 information, visit:

http://acmiconference.com

4) Internationals Among Us

coverIn 1991, Neal Pirolo brought us “Serving as Senders.” Last year, he updated this book with a revised edition, “Serving as Senders Today.” Now, next month, Neal is bringing out, “Internationals Who Live Among Us: Doing World Missions at Home.” Available after August 14, this new work will give you hundreds of ideas of how to minister to seven distinct groups of internationals: Students, Business People, Visitors, Relocating Refugees, Illegal Aliens, MKs, and Ethnic Communities. The People of the Diaspora are open to the Gospel. In a manner of speaking, you can do world missions at home. The book is available at…

http://www.eri.org

5) New Book: Strangers Next Door

Strangers...

Strangers…

J.D. Payne’s new book, “Strangers Next Door,” dives directly into the deep waters of Immigration, Migration and Mission. Payne has the radical role of pastor of church multiplication with The Church at Brook Hills in Birmingham, Alabama. (Before that, he was professor of evangelism at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary right here in Louisville.) In his book, he challenges Westerners to reach one of the world’s most important (and overlooked) mission fields: the tidal wave of migrants washing into our own backyards. Find it at Amazon…

http://www.amazon.com/Strangers-Next-Door-Immigration-Migration/dp/0830857583

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