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Fellowship Global

Reaching the Unreached Near and Far

Fellowship Global is passionate about reaching and establishing the unreached with the Gospel. Many people wonder what does it mean to be “unreached”? How is this different than my neighbor who is “lost” or doesn’t know Christ?
A “lost” person is someone who doesn’t have a personal relationship with Christ, but lives in a place where they have access to scripture in their language, churches, believers, community groups, Bible studies etc. In other words, they are within relatively easy access to the Gospel.

An “unreached” person is someone who doesn’t have a relationship with Christ, and has little to no access to scripture, churches, believers, Bible studies, community groups etc. Chances are they not only do not know a follower of Christ, but they also do not know anyone who knows anyone who is a follower of Christ. In other words, they have almost no access to the Gospel.

Traditionally this means that within a certain people group less than two percent are followers of Christ. In many people groups there are no known Christ-followers. Today over 3 billion people fall into this category.

Fellowship Global desires to see this change. We focus on three strategies.


Fellowship Bible Church has partnered with Pioneer Bible Translators and other churches to adopt two translation projects. Combined these projects represent over 60 million people who do not have scripture in their native language. We are also partner with two organizations that minister to the Deaf and work with Deaf translations and church planting.


Fellowship Bible Church is mobilizing, equipping, sending, and supporting global workers from our church body to see churches planted among the unreached. Members prepare in a two-year Global Training Track for a multi-year commitment overseas with a goal of seeing nationally run, self-supporting, churches planted.


God is bringing the nations to Northwest Arkansas. Whether international students studying at NWACC or the University of Arkansas, corporate employees, or refugees, many come from places defined as unreached. We want to develop authentic relationships with our new neighbors and share the good news of Jesus Christ.

Pray Global

If you would like to receive the monthly prayer guide for Fellowship global workers, contact us. This is a great way to know your congregation’s global workers and pray for their specific requests.

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