Without Your Help They May Never Know God Loves Them!

The goal of this campaign is, “To produce and distribute an indigenous evangelistic audio-visual tool for every one of the Least Evangelized Mega Peoples by the year 2020, so that all can clearly see and understand the gospel message and embrace it as their own”.

Bhojpuri Bihari

India, the world’s second most densely populated nation, has more than one billion inhabitants. It is here that more than 40 million Bhojpuri Bihari can be found. They live primarily in the Northeastern region of India, in the state of Bihar. Ironically, the name “Bihar” is derived from a term that means “Buddhist monastery,” but the Bhojpuri Bihari are a staunch Hindu, not Buddhist, people.

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Bangri

The 18 million Bangri are located mainly in the states of Haryana, Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, and Delhi. Their language, Bangaru, is a member of the Indo-Aryan language family. The Bangri are almost all Hindus, following the basic Hindu customs and traditions.

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$11 / $5,000

Bundelkhandi – THANK YOU FOR GIVING!

The 15 million Bundelkhandi are located mainly in Madhya Pradesh and in the Jalaun, Jhansi, Hamirpur, and Banda districts of Uttar Pradesh. They speak an Indo-Aryan language, but little is known about their specific lifestyle and culture. The Bundelkhandi are 95% Hindu and follow the basic Hindu customs and traditions.

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$5,000 / $5,000
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Kannauji

The 11.3 million Kanauji (also known as the Western Hindi) are located mainly in the state of Uttar Pradesh. They speak an Indo-Aryan language called Braj Kanauji. Little is known about their specific lifestyle and culture. The Kanauji are 99.5% Hindu and follow the basic Hindu customs and traditions.

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$10 / $5,000

Kongri Dogri

Dogra are an ethno-linguistic group in India and Pakistan. Their population is nearly 4 million. Being a diversified group, the Dogras include both savarnas such as Brahmins, Rajputs, Vaishyas and non-savarnas. Dogra Rajputs ruled Kashmir from the 19th century, when Gulab Singh was made Governor General of Kashmir by the Sikh Emperor Maharaja Ranjit Singh, till independence. They live predominantly in the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir but also in adjoining areas of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, and northeastern Pakistan. The Brahmin Dogras are predominantly Saraswat Brahmins, genetically of common origin with Saraswat Brahmin of Kashmir. They speak their own language, Dogri, which was recognized as one of the official languages of India in 2003. Most Dogras are Hindus, however some are Muslims.

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Sudanese Arabs

Sudanese Arabs are the Arabic-speaking majority population of Sudan. They are predominantly Muslim and most of them speak the Sudanese Arabic dialect.
In common with much of the rest of the Arab world, in Sudan the gradual acculturation into Arab culture, custom, language and identity, a process called Arabization, led to the predominance of the Arabic language, aspects of Arab culture, and group identity. The population of Sudan also includes various tribes who are genealogically Arab, such as the Shaigya, Ja’alin, Shukria, Rashaida, etc. (according to Johann Ludwig Burckhardt, the Bedouins of the eastern desert of Sudan, such as the Ja’alin are almost indistinguishable from the Bedouins of eastern Arabia).

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Indigitube.tv Development:

Indigitube.tv is a platform for viewing and downloading videos and animations that share the gospel message in hundreds of different languages. This website is the result of a partnership called the 20/20 Vision. The goal of this campaign is, “To produce and distribute an indigenous evangelistic audio-visual tool for every one of the Least Evangelized Mega Peoples by the year 2020, so that all can clearly see and understand the gospel message and embrace it as their own“. The 20/20 Vision project is an initiative to see new indigenous media produced for the remaining unreached people groups.

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The Equip2Go Seminar

Out of all worldwide evangelism, only 2% goes to Muslims, 0.9% goes to Hindus, and 0.7% goes to Buddhists, yet 84% goes to Christians. This is why nearly 1/3 of the world remains unreached. Are you ready and equipped to go to the areas of the greatest need? “All of our 25,000 DTS outreach teams…

Breakthrough Among the Santali People

The gripping report from our field producer:  “Through long, challenging days in India, we experienced God’s abundant grace to make an evangelistic film for the Santali people of Jharkand. Our team of filmmakers, cultural advisors, translators, actors, and dancers were all blessed with the much needed unity, patience, and endurance to make this movie come…

Collaboration DVD Project

Based on a True Story of a Multi-Organizational Team This 4 minute motion-graphic film, in English and Chinese, follows the story of two workers who came to reach an unreached people group with the gospel. With so few workers compared to the size of the people group,they pray together and get the idea to find…

Chinese Minority Peoples Animation

As part of the 2020 Partnership, a team from Create International Taiwan traveled to a unreached people group in Southeast Asia to record voices for an animated gospel presentation, The Story of Hope. Although these people have a population of 1.6 million and are united by a common minority culture, there is no widely-used writing…

Frontier Filmmaking Seminar

DO YOU HAVE A HEART AND PASSION TO PRODUCE DRAMATIC GOSPEL PRESENTATIONS FOR UNREACHED PEOPLE? This course is open to the Body of Christ. No prior mission or media experience needed. The “Frontier Filmmaking Seminar” (FFS) is a six-week training workshop that includes a practical field assignment where participants work together with a experienced film…

Raj 10 – A Cluster Film Production

Reaching 10 people groups in Rajasthan, North India (52 million people)  An example of indigenous film production for a 20/20 vision people group: with and for and by the people   The Thar Desert’s dullness comes to life with the bright colors of local art and the women’s saris and bangles. The women’s expected modesty…