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“Unreached of the Day" is a fast-paced, daily one minute episode providing an opportunity to learn about and pray for the unreached ethnic people groups of the world with the fewest followers of Jesus.

The podcast is produced by Advancing Your Vision for the Unreached, Fort Worth, Texas USA and is hosted by Mark Kordic.

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Dec 31, 2018

It's not easy to establish long-term, trusting relationships with the semi-nomadic Bedouin. Special effort is needed to befriend these people.

Gospel radio may be very effective in reaching the Bedouin. Pray for excellent programming that will capture the interest of the Bedouin, and that they will find these broadcast...

Dec 30, 2018

The Konda Dhora speak a number of languages, as do most communities in India. Separate church planting projects may be needed for each language subdivision of the community.

The low literacy rate suggests oral communication of the Gospel will be needed.

Pray for the several hundred Christians among the Konda Dhora, that...

Dec 29, 2018

Following Jesus in Morocco is not an easy path. Loss of family, friends, and place in society is likely.

As the Berbers struggle to regain something of a lost identity, they may re-discover the religion of many of their forefathers. Pray to this end.

Pray for the Holy Spirit to give the Imazighen people love for God's...

Dec 28, 2018

To follow Jesus among the Afar is to risk losing status in the community, as well as possibly losing family and friends. These are serious losses.

Ethiopia has many Christians, in various tribes. Perhaps some will remember to carry the good news of Jesus to the Afar. Pray to that end.

Pray the few followers of Jesus...

Dec 27, 2018

The Dolpo people live in remote portions of Nepal, at high elevations. Also, there are few Christian resources available in their language.

Gospel recordings are available in the language of the Dolpo. Perhaps Nepali believers will be led to take these recordings to the Dolpo people, being available to answer their...