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Who We Are

We Only Work Among the Most Unreached People

Ends of the Earth Ministries works amongst some of the world’s most unreached people groups. We exist to share the good news of Jesus Christ with those who have never had the chance to hear His name. 100% of our efforts are focused on completing the Great Commission (Matt 28:16-20) amongst unreached people groups in South Sudan through our national missionaries.

100 Percent of Field Support

Ends Of The Earth Ministries sends 100% of the money you donate for work on the mission field to the field. Nothing is taken out for administrative expenses.

Equipping National Missionaries

God has provided for us to train and send national missionaries to demonstrate His love as they live amongst remote villages untouched by the Gospel. Our native missionaries are laying down their lives in South Sudan to pour into those whose communities have been ravaged by ongoing civil war and rampant poverty. Because our nationals are already familiar with the language, culture, and extreme living conditions, barriers are removed, paving the way for relationships and building bridges for the Gospel.

We Share Paul’s Utmost Passion

“I make it my ambition to preach the gospel, not where Christ has already been named… but as it is written, ‘Those who have never been told of him will see, and those who have never heard will understand.'” Romans 15:20-21

Dying That Others May Live…

We are convinced that Jesus is the only way to heaven. John 14:6 And that a person must hear the Gospel message to put faith in Jesus Christ to be saved and destined to spend eternity in heaven. John 1:12 Romans 10:9-17 Likewise, those who do not have faith in Jesus Christ will spend eternity in hell. Romans 3:19-20 Acts 4:12

Jesus told his disciples to spread the news of his offer of forgiveness of sins to every nation until they reach the Ends of the Earth. Acts 1:8 He also warned them that they would be attacked and persecuted as they spread the gospel. John 15:18-19 So he reassured them that he would always be with them never leaving them alone. Matt 28:19-20 He went on to tell them not to fear physical death because they were ready to enter heaven. Luke 12:4-7

As Christians we are confident that physical death will not separate us from the love of God. John 10:27-29 Romans 8:35-39 Jesus’s sacrifice on the cross for our sins has guaranteed complete forgiveness and has prepared us to spend eternity in the presence of Almighty God. Romans 3:20-26 Therefore, we are willing to lay down our lives in his service to give every person alive today at least one opportunity to hear about Jesus sacrifice for their sins and his offer of complete forgiveness. Philippians 1:20-21 Who ever losses his life… Will find it! Philippians 3:7-11 John 12:24-26 We are willing to suffer greatly and often to bring the gospel to those who have not heard about Jesus and are perishing. John 15:13-22, Acts 20:18-24 We are able to do this as we focus on our heavenly home. Acts 7:54-60 John 12:25

Jesus told his disciples that they would be attacked and persecuted as they spread the gospel. He went on to order them to be cautious and yet always loving. In Matthew 10:16 He stated, “Behold, I am sending you out as sheep in the midst of wolves, so be wise as serpents and innocent as doves.” Also see John 16:1-4, Romans 8:35-39

Paul the apostle was acutely familiar with these trials as a missionary. He knew his Lord would often allow him to experience inward weakness or outward persecution to keep him depending completely upon Jesus Christ for his strength. Paul summarized his acceptance of this when he stated, “For the sake of Christ, then, I am content with weaknesses, insults, hardships, persecutions, and calamities. For when I am weak, then I am strong.” 2 Corinthians 12:10

Jim Elliot laid down his life to bring the gospel to unreached villages living in the jungles in South America. In a correspondence with a Christian friend in America he was exhorted not to waste his life trying to reach Stone Age cannibals. He responded with:

“ He is no fool who gives up what he cannot keep, to gain what he cannot lose. ” – Jim Elliot, Oct 28, 1949