Which part is new to you?
Multiplying disciples to the Ends of the Earth through Canadian gateway cities.
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations... teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you.
The last command Jesus gave to His followers was to go and make more followers. Then He told us to teach those followers to do everything He commanded, including the command He had just given them.
The Gospel started its spread in a small region in the Middle East with a dozen men. It's spread has been incalculable, but there are still hundreds of people groups with their own cultures and languages who have never even heard of Jesus. These people are the ends of the earth and they are the ones to whom we are called.
Canadian cities from east to west are undeniably home to increasingly cosmopolitan communities, hosting thousands of people from the four corners of the globe.
Dr. Sadiri Joy Tira
The Ends of the Earth
the great challenge of the Great Commission
For two thousand years, the nations have waited for the hope of salvation in Jesus Christ. Today, God has brought these nations to our Canadian gateway cities. These megacities are now home to many unreached people groups from around the world. Canada is home to the 6th largest number of unreached people groups on the planet. Through these unreached Canadian urban communities, God has opened a gateway that reaches to the Ends of the Earth.
Followers of Jesus aren’t content to just be followers alone. Disciples make disciples. If God were to multiply disciples in a radical way today, would we be ready to facilitate multiplication and church planting?
To The Ends
of the Earth
Revelation 7:9-10 tells us about a multitude of people from every tribe, tongue, and nation worshipping God for His majesty. So many nations don’t yet even known His name. There’s lots of work to do.
Modern immigration means that Canadian cities have become a nexus for global settlement and connection. The unreached are not here by chance. They’re accessible, mobile, and connected.
What's your next step?
There’s an app for that; it’s called Pray for the Nations (P4N). Canadian organizations have partnered together to simplify praying for least-reached people groups here in Canada.
You might not be new to missions, but you’re interested in learning about what pioneering in this new era through immigration looks like. We’ve got the free tools you need to discover what to do next.
You don’t need to choose between serving God with your job and a calling to reach the nations. At GGNC, we want to see you use your skills in gateway cities to reach the Ends of the Earth.
This ministry is made possible by the generous donations of ministry partners like you. We’re a not-for-profit corporation and registered as a charitable organisation.