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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY

UNREACHED PEOPLE GROUP PROJECT ABSTRACT

A RESEARCH PAPER SUBMITTED TO DR. JIM O’NEILL
IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS OF
GLOBAL STUDIES SURVEY
GLST 500-D07

BY
RYAN FREUDENTHAL

LYNCHBURG, VIRGINIA
DECEMBER 14, 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABSTRACT 3
BACKGROUND 5
PEOPLE 10
LANGUAGE 16
RELIGION 17
MISSION WORK SURVEY 24
PROPOSED STRATEGY 27
PERSPECTIVE ONE 38
PERSPECTIVE TWO 33
PERSPECTIVE THREE 12
BIBLIOGRAPGY 13

ABSTRACT

Missions are found throughout the entire Bible, as well as being commanded of Christ’s followers by Christ Himself. The Great Commission serves as the primary call and purpose of Christians all around the world. The person that heads this call and purpose and follows the example of Christ is one that may experience many things. This person may experience sacrifice, discomfort, doubt, and maybe even persecution or death. On the other hand, this person will definitely experience purpose, rewarding relationships, God’s power, God’s blessing, and the knowledge that they are right where God wants them to be. This person or person(s) will be spreading the gospel of Christ to areas and people where the gospel has never been heard before, and there is no greater service that one can provide. One of these areas is located in North Africa, in the country of Algeria. Algeria has a population of almost 37.5 million people. Algeria attained their independence a relatively short time ago when they won their independence from France in 1962. While the majority of the population in the past where the Berbers that held close to Chrisitanity, this changed around the seventh century when Arabs invaded the area. Now, almost 95% of the population is Muslim, and only 0.17 % of the…...

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