Free Book: Unreached Peoples, Least Reached Places
Picture it...you live near train tracks or an airport or a fire station. Every day the commotion stirs, yet you are able to block it out. Sometimes you merely notice that you didn't notice the train go by, or the wail of the sirens or the whoosh of the jets flying overhead.
According to J. D. Payne, author of Unreached Peoples, Least Reached Places,
the same phenomenon is happening in cities and churches throughout America. But instead of the loud disruptive noises, we are tuning out the lostness of the foreigners who live among us.
J. D. says, "What happens when we look around our land and realize that the nations are no longer over there but also over here—in our backyard? ...foreign and domestic merge...boundaries blur...and the distant exotic is now a stranger next door."
With insights into the makeup of the lostness that exists in our cities and states, J. D. gives practical advice about how to build a relationship with that stranger that lives next door, or works in the cubicle next to yours or whose child goes to school with your child. He urges us to guard against overlooking the familiar and obvious lostness around us.
We'd love to offer you J. D. Payne's book, Unreached People, Least Reached Places
—a free gift
to you—as a companion piece to our current campaign, The World Next Door
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