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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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Feb 28, 2019

When Iraqis were first listed in the Australian census, the population was just over 2,000. In 2001 there were more than 10 times that many. Fleeing refugees from recent war and terrorism has increased those numbers in the past few years. Most speak Arabic at home and few speak English. The population is largely...

Feb 27, 2019

Bukharic Jews are Jews from Central Asia who speak Bukhori, a dialect of the Persian language. The community was essentially cut off from the rest of the Jewish world for more than 2,000 years and somehow managed to survive and preserve their Jewish identity and heritage in the face of countless odds.

The Jewish apostle...

Feb 26, 2019

The Fulani people comprise the largest nomadic society in the world. The Fula Maasina are located predominantly in the Maasina region of Mali. They are strongly Sunni Muslim.

The identity of the Fulani tribes has long been tied to Islam.

Pray the few Christian believers among the Maasina Fulani will be sent teachers and...

Feb 25, 2019

It may be difficult to make contact and build relationships with this semi-nomadic people group.

Christians can carry the good news of Jesus to the Fulani using films and recordings, and also telling stories from Scripture.

Pray for the Holy Spirit to give the Jelgooji people love for God's Word and a desire to spread...

Feb 24, 2019

Jone county in Gansu province is the home of most of these people, and they have their own language and ethnic identity. The existence of these people has not been well-known. 

The identity of the Jone is tied to Tibetan Buddhism, making it especially difficult to embrace a different worldview.

Han Chinese believers may...