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Every person in Myanmar will have the opportunity to be reached and restored by the love of Jesus.


In the next five years, a number of organizations are committed to partnering together in an effort to impact the nation of Myanmar through strengthening the local church, planting reproducing churches, and making disciples among all people groups and in every sphere and strata of society.


Why Should I Care About UUPGs?

Why Should I Care About UUPGs?

Unreached People Groups (UPGs) are peoples where less than 2% of them are believers, so they lack the resources and numbers to evangelize their own people. Unreached Unengaged People Groups (UUPGs) are people who are not only unreached, but people with whom no one is attempting to share the Gospel. There are no missionaries, and almost no believers. These are people who are born, live, and die without knowing that they need a Savior, that there is hope and the promise of a world without evil, and without knowing the love, birth, sacrifice, or Name of Jesus, in their entire lifetime. According to PeopleGroups, there are nine of these UUPGs — approximately 954,500 people — in Myanmar, who fall into this category. There are 109 UPGs, with an astounding 51,321,000 people, where less than 2% of them are believers and many have not heard the Gospel. These are people stuck deep behind enemy lines, and many believers today have no idea that they even exist. We care about UUPGs because they are us, and they’re being held captive by the enemy.

Prayer Requests

Pray for the release of these spiritual prisoners, for the spread of the Gospel, and for hope to arise in these nine UUPGs, as well as the 109 unreached peoples of Myanmar.

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