Although we believe that Jesus is the only way to a right relationship with our Heavenly Father, we also believe that God loves each cultural expression of worship to Him. We believe that He does not want us to look the same and that our diversity actually brings delight to his heart.
For All Nations, the term “neglected peoples” has always meant a people that did not have access to the Gospel. It does not refer to how poor they are in other ways or to any physical lack. We are concerned with those things too, but our first priority is to look around the world and see where people have never had a chance to hear about Jesus and then to go to those places…At the end of the day, we long to see Jesus worshipped all over the earth, and we hope our people go to places where we can help see this in our lifetime.
Marcia Y, of Idaho, has created six games to play with All Nations Bible Storytelling Playing Cards that will keep your youth group having fun and learning Bible stories at the same time: Make a List – Can your team recognize more stories than your opponents? In the Joker’s Hand – Try to guess the […]
John Allen Chau remembered for commitment to sharing the gospel with those who have never heard KANSAS CITY, Mo., U.S.A. — Leaders, members and friends of All Nations (www.allnations.us), an international Christian missions training and sending organization, are mourning the reported death of one of its missionaries, 26-year-old John Allen Chau of Vancouver, Wash., U.S.A. […]
If you’re like me, you might like to run away, cover up, ignore, or fret over your mistakes and conflicts with others…No one loves to own up to their mistakes…we do whatever we can to make sure that no one else finds out about the mistake…What are we so afraid of?