Who we serve

Stage: pre-evangelism

Allaja of Mesopotamia

The Magi, or wise men, who traveled from the East to honor the newborn Jesus were most likely forebears of the modern Allaja.


The Ama people of Papua New Guinea were waiting for a missionary, but no one knew.

Bassac of Cambodia

The Bassac are the second largest people group of Stung Treng province, and they continue to live off the land by subsistence farming and fishing.


Primarily Buddhist, the Himadri people are ethnically related to Tibetans and speak a similar language. There are few, if any, known believers among the Himadri.

Isan of Northeast Thailand

Thailand is a deeply Buddhist nation with over 92 percent of its population espousing the Buddhist faith. Missionaries have had very little success at penetrating this massive “spiritual wall.”


The Jarai live in the most remote part of Cambodia, cut-off from public education, modern health care, roads and communications.


The Pendjari worship a sun/serpent god through the mediation of fetishes and ancestral spirits—demons in disguise.