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- adj. Not reached.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not reached; not attained to.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. inaccessibly located or situated
 Justin Long stated recently in Momentum Magazine: Reaching the unreached is a challenging task, but our primary problem is not the cultural, economic, logistical or political barriers we face.
We could argue about whether missions to the unreached is as broken as the walls of Jerusalem.
But if most missionary sending agencies, including Frontiers and Pioneers, still follow the traditional “awe of the call” concept, then thousands of Unreached People Groups these two agencies (and many others) would love to target will remain unreached with few if any workers while workers they recruit and send continue to amass amongst certain popular Unreached People Groups.
What's the difference between calling me "unreached" and calling me a sinner?
The seminary has taken various tangible measures to reach out to the 'unreached'
"The organization works with countries that are 'unreached' groups where Christianity isn't a part of the culture."
Protestant Church) and present at the meeting, as saying that "the goal is to plant about 30,000 churches and reach over 10 million 'unreached' in the state by the year 2007."
But, just as we argue for a priority on the unreached, he is arguing for a need to emphasize the basics of the Christian faith.
As I have learned from convening the Opportunity Collaboration, partnering and alliance-building often serve as a first baby steps on the long, steep and often unreached merger journey.
The Joshua Project lists the percentage of unreached in India as 93.3% -- that's basically every Indian Hindu, Muslim, Jain, Sikh, and Buddhist.
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