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“Unreached of the Day" brings definition to the unfinished task of completing the Great Commission while urging strategic prayer for the unreached peoples of the world.

“Unreached of the Day” is from Joshua Project, a research initiative seeking to highlight the ethnic people groups of the world with the fewest followers of Christ. Accurate, updated ethnic people group information is critical for understanding and completing the Great Commission.

The podcast is produced by Educational Media Corporation, Spotsylvania, Virginia USA and is hosted by Pete Stover.

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