Global Teams equips and sends field partners from many nations to multiply disciples of Jesus within cultures least familiar with the Gospel.
Global Teams is an international mission movement focused on reaching the 6,648 unreached people groups. Put another way, our desire is to reach the 2.9 billion people who have never heard the gospel. Following John 1:14: “The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us,” we ensure that church planting movements emerge in forms and expressions that fit the culture of that people group and enable the gospel to spread.
To see the heart of Christ in the skin of every culture.
In Scripture, we see Christ respond to the needs of those around him with compassion. Following his model, as Global Teams field partners go to the least-reached people groups, they are also moved to compassion and often respond with community development projects that become a part of their ongoing work.Read More
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Fact: Respect and politeness are highly regarded among the Yawo and are taught to each generation during the initiation process.
Population - 3,800
Fact: The Tharu have lived quiet, simple lives for four centuries. They are a gentle people. They live in villages in houses plastered inside and out with mud and cow dung, so fine it feels like silk.
Fact: The Wagdi belong to a larger cluster of peoples, the Bhil. The name "Bhil" derived from the word villu or billu, which is the word for "bow." The bow has long been a weapon of the Bhil, and the tribesmen always carry their bows and arrows with them.
Fact: The Xigaze New Year Festival is held the first week of the 12th lunar month. Thousands of visitors have flocked to Gyantse since 1408 AD for its famous annual horse racing and archery show.
Fact: The Mozambican Yao people are generally agricultural. Growing a good corn crop has everything to do with how a given family makes a living. They are mostly subsistence farmers, surviving on the crops they grow.