Local believers follow-up on IMB’s creative-access ministry

By August 30, 2012

Southeast Asia (MNN) — Over the past year, the International Mission Board has shared the Gospel with hundreds of factory workers in Southeast Asia. Using a creative-access medical program designed to reach people in highly-remote areas, missionaries brought the Good News to the unreached. Local believers are now following up on this outreach by leading new fellowships, distributing Bibles, and planting churches.

Oppressive political situations have caused people in remote areas to be very suspicious and untrusting, especially of foreigners. Creative Access Entities (CAEs) allow IMB personnel to gain sustainable access to unreached people groups who desperately need the Gospel. These CAEs involve a broad range of business ventures that are suitable to the local market, including microloans and medical programs. Not only do CAEs provide a sustainable source of income, they give unreached people a chance to hear and respond to the call of salvation.

Pray for these believers to have strength and endurance as they carry out follow-up ministry work.

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