Frontier People Groups, or FPGs, are those unreached groups who have fewer than 0.1% Christians of any kind among them. They make up 25% of the world’s population. In their current state, people in these groups have no hope of hearing the Gospel without outside help.
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By Donald K. Smith
By Samson L. Uytanlet
By Marvin J. Newell
Description: God gave the early disciples the Roman road to extend the gospel message to the nations. He used Gutenberg’s press to make His word accessible to the masses. In our generation, we have the internet.
This issue of EMQ traces the ideas and influencers of the concept of “people groups” and its impact.
Edited by Paul H. De Neui
By Victor John
Edited by Len Tang and Charles E. Cotherman
Edited by Jonathan Bonk, J. Nelson Jennings, Jinbong Kim, and Jae Hoon Lee