Reach One Touch One Ministries was founded by a Ugandan who believes it is the Churches responsibility and opportunity to care for that countries widows, orphans, and the elderly.
Each year Reach One Touch One invites anyone to travel with them to see first hand how their support helps the elderly of Uganda.
Brad and his wife discover that God didn't have to send them overseas to reach the least reached.
An Iranian refugee in Holland finds Christ and changes a whole community.
You might think we have reached into the majority of the world with the Gospel. The truth is we've barely scratched the surface.
One does not have to travel far to find some of the least reached people groups of the world.
There are many opportunities to volunteer short term or long among the refugees of the world. Here is the story of one woman who has left the comforts of home and has changed her life in the proces.
Missions is not an obligation. It's a privilege that will change your life forever and ruin you for the ordinary. Go!
1 in 3 residents of Lebanon arent even Lebanese. They are refugees of war from other countries. YWAM Lebanon is reaching into these communities with the Gospel.
China has the groundwork laid for the Gospel to sweep across like never before. China is ready. God is ready. Are you?
If Jews, Palestinian Muslims and Christians can find common ground and love each other, can we?
Jaipur, India was once a city of Kings. Today it is has only a 0.25% Christian presence. People are in bondage and looking for truth and peace. Here is an opportunity to join YWAM in Jaipur to reach the least reached.
Development Associates International trains local leaders to reach the least reached among them with integrity and humility.
Helena is an invisible hero who helps coordinate workers working among refugees on the island of Lesvos in Greece. An ordinary person doing extraordinary things that matter.
Jeff Neely, of Vision 5:9 talks to Don McCurry about the beginnings of his work in the Muslim world.
When we say we are living incarnationally, what do we mean? We want to reach the nations but how are we doing that? What is our impact on our cities, our neighborhoods, the people around us?
When we open our doors, the mission field is right there on our street.
Despite what we have been lead to believe, most Arabic immigrants coming to our shores are Christian, not Muslim. So how should we reach out to our immigrant populations?
Kent and Josephine Truehl talk about their work in the Amazon.
Because immigrants from closed countries are coming to our countries, sharing the Gospel with them is easier than ever
64% of the Ugandan elderly live on less than U$1.00 per day. ROTOM reaches into this poverty stricken community to help provide for their needs.
For centuries we have sent our very best to the ends of the earth. Today the ends of the earth are sending their very best to us.
Ginnie is a returning participant of the Journey for Change Oportunities with Reach One Touch One Ministries. She discusses how her involvement has changed her perspectives on life.
When Tiffany was called to the nations, she discovered the nations lived in her own neighborhood.
YWAM San Francisco is perhaps one of our best examples of a ministry reaching into the community where they live with the Gospel of Jesus.
For hundreds of years the Church was central to Western Culture and Society. But is that still true today?
86% of all Evangelical efforts go to the already reached regions and people of the world. We can do better. Come with us and meet the least reached. Those who have yet to hear the Gospel even for the first time.
The Finish line is in view and yet there is still so much to do. Go, and Make Disciples.
Libby teaches English in a Yeziti refugee camp in Kurdistan. It challenges her and changes her perspective on God's heart for the nations.
Through dreams, friends, and a Bible, a refugee encounters Jesus.
The Yeziti refugees of Kurdistan have a long history of persecution by both Muslims and the Church. Love for the Least has been working among them to bring hope, health, and healing. Here is an opportunity to serve.
Ying Kai talks about his latest book on training leaders for Church planting.
Go into an immigrant neighborhood in your own cities and you might think you are in a foreign Country. As it gets harder to move overseas to reach the least reached, it seems God is bringing the least reached to our doorstep.
This award winning documentary follows the journey of a doctor who travels to the Yeziti refugee camps in Kurdistan to find his place among those who have yet to hear of the god who loves them.
When you hear of Kurdistan or Iraq, most people think of Saddam Hussein and militant Islam. But the truth is, The Kurds of Iraq are warm, hospitable hosts more open to the Gospel now than at any other time.
There are many opportunities right now for churches to partner with us and Love for the Least as we reach into a very persecuted minority refugee camp in Kurdistan. Find out how you or your church can help.
The International Learning Center in Erbil, Kurdistan help students learn English in a country that has declared that all universities must teach in English beginning in 2020.
“Islam and the Geopolitics of the Middle East” is a seminary level course that exposes the various beliefs within Islam and its impact in the middle east. The series will premiere on YouTube in June and is free for those wanting to understand the Muslim worldview. But be warned. It may challenge what you think you know about Islam.