Boudha, Nepal

DID YOU KNOW?

 There are over 5 million Tibetans, yet not even 1% know Christ! Most have no Bible in their heart language. You could walk for weeks and never meet anyone who has heard the name of Jesus Christ!

 

How shall they hear without a preacher? How shall we preach without a Bible?

 

Special Update on Crown Nepal!

August 5, 2016

prayer letter August 16.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [832.2 KB]

Recent Prayer Letter

July 2, 2016

prayer letter May-June 16.pub
pub File [10.1 MB]

Video Report!

Song from Mission's Meeting

Luke and Chase Smith (Lithuania)

Family Video Update

April, 2015

Family Video!

October 10, 2014

Family Update

Celebrating our first four months!

Heart of the 10x40 Window

See if you agree!

Most of us have heard of the 10x40 window, where the greatest need for mission work remains. As I have studied these maps, it has surprised me to learn that there is a high concentration of unreached people groups in a particular region. Watch the video below to see for yourself. Perhaps, you will arrive at the same conclusion I have. Although, I must admit that I am a little biased!

If you enjoyed the Heart of the 10x40 Window video, you will be interested to learn how the Gospel effectively travelled the globe from the time of Christ. Watch the video below to learn about some key ingredients necessary for a people group to receive God's Word and pass it on to future generations!

The History of World Evangelism

See how the Gospel went Westward

Q & A about Deputation

with Calvary Baptist Church in Lakeland, FL

New Song: How Shall They Hear?

Click to watch a new song written by Luke's dad. It was sung with some of the members from Bible Baptist Church in Fairbanks, Alaska. http://vimeo.com/64406211 

(Thanks Cameron for the visuals on the screen.) 

Maps of Tibetans

At least 100 Tibetan groups are located along the Himalayas.
Most of these Tibetan peoples have no Bible in their heart language. Many Ethnic Tibetans are found scattered throughout six countries in Asia.
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