Almost a third of the world’s population never have the chance to hear the gospel . . .

They have no access to a Christian or a Bible. Less than 3% of missionaries and less than 1% of all mission funding goes to the 2 billion people classified as Unreached. They are the forgotten people. We, as followers of Christ have been mandated with taking the Gospel to all Nations.

“All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” Matthew 28:16-20

At Beyond, we exist to introduce the Unstoppable God to the Forgotten People. We start church planting movements by equipping everyday men, women and children to reach their own people directly, immediately, and exponentially. Both individuals and whole people groups are transformed by immediately obeying what they learn in Scripture. Learn more about our work with unreached people groups from the videos, articles and resources below.

Finishing the Remaining 29% Of World Evangelization

Disciple-making movements as a biblical, holistic, and radical solution.

At the turn of the century, in 1900, nearly 900 million people had little or no Gospel access. In the 117 year since, that number has grown to 2.1 billion people.

Jesus gave his disciples the task we refer to as the Great Commission: to “go into all the world,” making disciples of every people group. Ever since, Christians have dreamed of the day when this would be completed.



Spirit Walk delves into what the
Bible says about how to walk in God’s
fullness daily. It takes a comprehensive
look at Scripture and then boils it down
to a simple framework . . .



Spent Matches explores
the possibility that a few
small paradigm shifts within
the church might make the difference
between extinction and effectiveness.


 R.R. Smith poured her
heart out in letters to
her parents during
the years she and
her family lived in India