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Who Are the Unreached of the World?

Why do Ethnos missionaries go to specific people groups to tell them about the God of the Bible and yet not to others? What or who determines where Ethnos will send missionaries?

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Reaching the Kaje People

The Kaje people group until recently were an unreached people group. Praise God that they have now become reached. Here is their story … so far.

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Using Software to Expedite Ministry

Find out how you can help missionaries learn new cultures and languages using a mobile app. Be a part of the solution.

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What is Tereré?

In Paraguay, tereré is a national beverage. The name tereré originates from Guaraní, an indigenous language and one of the two official languages in Paraguay, the other being Spanish.

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News Around the World

Read this collection of missions stories and updates from around the world.

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Prayer & Praise

Read this collection of prayer requests and answers to prayer from around the world.

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From Our Executive Director

The fact that you read the Ethnos360 magazine shows that you have a heart for reaching the unreached. Thank you! It takes all of us to engage in reaching unreached people groups for Christ. Truly the days are quickly approaching when Christ will come back for His Bride, the Church.

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There Once Was…

Be reminded of God’s unfailing and everlasting love for mankind. Be a part of the search for the lost of the world.

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John & Krista Poidevin

John and Krista are part of the South East Africa team serving in Tanzania.

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  • Shaun and Mel Humphreys, Ethnos Canada missionaries

Shaun & Melanie Humphreys

Shaun and Melanie are involved in Indigenous Ministries, leadership and Biblical counselling

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Ethnos Canada 2020 Donor Report

MISSIONARIES • 91.1%

Serving local churches by processing funds for their missionaries has been a core activity since our founding in 1942.

OPERATIONS • 5.7%

Ethnos Canada does not take a percentage of donations to cover operations.
100% of gifts are used as designated.

PROJECTS • 3.2%

Our goal is a thriving church for every people, and there are a number of pieces to that puzzle.

A thriving church needs the Word of God in the language they know best. Missionaries serving with Ethnos Canada and our partners are currently working on 120 New Testament translations.

Indigenous churches need leaders that are capable of teaching the Word of God. Ethnos has training programs in many of the countries where we serve.

And as these churches send out missionaries of their own, we come along side them and provide sponsorship of flights.

Ethnos Canada 2020 Donor Report Charts


Your generosity changes everything

God is using your generosity to establish thriving churches among unreached people groups. And for this, Ethnos Canada is grateful.

When it comes to more complex gifts, specifically planned end-of-life gifts, Ethnos Canada recommends you reach out to Abundance Canada for advice.

To learn more visit abundance.ca or
call 1.800.772.3257

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AN EXCITED GROUP OF INAPANGS gathered on the first day of teaching, meeting in the U-shaped shelter they built for the occasion. A timeline representing biblical history stretched about 50 yards around the building.

“We are just this last mark in time, but God’s story goes all the way back to the beginning,” said a man who spoke for all those who marvelled at the new revelation.

“Our ancestors didn’t know about all that time back behind us. They didn’t know and so they couldn’t tell us. We didn’t know either until now.”

Their knowledge of God’s story and how it would affect them was just beginning…

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