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Patrons—who give $100, $1,000, or more—and our Fans, who give up to $100 each—help us make the Roundup available to over 1,600 mission activists, mobilizers, field workers, leaders around the world.

More, your patronage helps us continue to do research to document rapidly multiplying movements around the world and where they are working. We don’t share this work with the general public due to security concerns (except the Movement Dashboard—see the link below); instead, we directly provide movements with data on “gaps”—the DMM-unengaged languages—and they use that information to send new teams into the field.

So, in a very real way, your support for the Roundup helps us provide you and hundreds of people like you with a sense of what’s going on in the world, and enables us to help movements change what’s going on in the world!

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Regardless of whether you donate or not, we appreciate you! Many send in kind words of encouragement and suggested links; others forward the Roundup to friends, which is how new people get added. We thank God for each one of you!


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Four key things you’ve helped us do already in 2021…

  • Produce the Roundup, a weekly email newsletter of trends and events among the unreached, sent to 1,600+ mission activists, field workers, managers, and mission leaders worldwide.

  • Continued the documentation of 1,370+ rapidly-multiplying disciple-making movements, with 79+ million believers in 4+ million churches.

  • Begun the construction of a languages-in-provinces database (an extension of languages-in-countries) to identify gaps (and under engagement) in movement-type engagement of languages around the world; so far, we have 4,000 provinces, 7,400 languages, and identified over 23,700 languages-in-provinces.

  • Facilitated Beyond’s missionary recruiting team, which is aiming to double from 20+ candidates last year to 40+ this year.