About 40 percent of the world remains unreached — people who have never heard the gospel. Most UPGs live in inaccessible places, and many don’t or can’t read. China has the second highest number of Unreached People Groups (UPGs) in the world.

TWR (Trans World Radio) is implementing an integrated media outreach to two-thirds of China’s UPG population.

To clearly communicate the good news, TWR is producing dramatized Bible programs in 13 key languages.

These programs are distributed via shortwave radio, audio players, and the Internet to give UPGs access to the gospel. One of TWR’s main distribution channels — shortwave radio —  leaves no trail or record, preserving listener anonymity. Shortwave transmissions cross oceans and continents to deliver biblical content directly into the homes of the unreached.

This has the potential to reach more than 100 million people with the gospel.

UPGs are the last frontiers of the Great Commission. Will you join us in reaching them?

TWR is currently distributing these programs in eight languages. Mandarin, Yue (Cantonese), Hakka, Nuosu, and Southern Dong language speakers — and others like them — are hearing the gospel shared in their primary heart language.

Will you prayerfully consider supporting this ministry? No gift is too small.

For more information, email ChinaUPG@twr.org

Discover more about how God has been working in China here.

Sources: http://joshuaproject.net/global_statistics & http://www.operationworld.org/hidden/unreached-peoples