- About Us
When most people see the name Unreached Villages it seldom has meaning to them … unless they have embraced the Gospel of Jesus. Then, it means so much. This is our passion: to get the message of Salvation in Jesus to everyone, everywhere, who has not yet heard the Gospel. We have been blessed to partner with local Gospel workers in various nations: Bolivia, Pakistan, Mexico, Mongolia, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, Laos and a few we do not publish.
The larger part of our Gospel work is in India. There we have a huge door open into a huge nation with a huge need.
The soul of India, they say, lives in its villages. India boasts many densely populated cities, yet still finds 80% of her people living in rural villages. The heart of our work is in those villages, specifically to the half million villages which have never heard of Jesus and the Gospel. Simply, we create connection between trained and dedicated pastors, called by God into remote and unreached villages, and Western Christians hoping to support such church planting efforts. Our goal is to promote and convey enduring support for them, as the best strategy to get the Gospel to those who have not yet heard of Jesus.
From the Prophets to the Gospels, we read many examples of conflicts between liberty and tyranny. These address freedoms of speech, travel, association, faith and even self-defense. Moses, Elijah, Elisha, Jeremiah, Nehemiah, Daniel and friends, Esther and her people, John the Baptist, Peter and Paul, all in some way vocally resisted tyranny to preserve liberty. […]
Check out the recent video tour of the Prince of Peace School!
Unreached Villages is operated by Stan Avery and his family. The Board of Directors is made up of Christians from around the US.
Our goal is to provide reliable and accountable ministry support for ministries around the world through participation and giving.
As a 501(c)(3) non-profit charity, Unreached Villages allows us to be good stewards with tax-deductible donations to ministries around the world.