Business as Mission and Unreached People Groups go hand in hand. Engaging UPGs has been a hallmark of the BAM Movement and remains a strong focus. Why is that? Find out in this course.

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Difficulty: Beginner

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Mike Baer Mike Baer Author
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8 Comments

  1. Avatar Raul Nejudne on July 26, 2019 at 9:51 am

    Thanks for this video. Though most of the information that were presented therein were covered during our Kairos Course — a mission course on cross cultural mission which is a super compressed version of the Perspectives Course– but I also took the Introduction and the How To’s of BAM… and I agree totally of the content of the lessons. Most of those are new to me though deep inside me I also shared the same conviction.

    I wonder how I can connect with your group for the mentoring and coaching part.

    Thanks,
    Raul

    • Mike Baer Mike Baer on August 7, 2019 at 11:56 am

      Hello, Raul. Great to hear from you. You can connect with our mentoring/coaching team at http:ibecventures.com

  2. Avatar George Samuel on December 2, 2019 at 9:57 am

    This vedio again touching my heart to go forward and reach out unreach ed people group. Thanks once again.

  3. Avatar Gisele Vieira on March 5, 2020 at 11:58 am

    Thanks for glorifying God and obey him.

  4. Avatar Maxwel ATIDIGAH on May 3, 2020 at 4:00 pm

    Hello,
    Thank you for this initiative. I saw some people left churches for Islam because Muslims are more willing to provide them jobs. Business As Mission is a healthy strategy to reach the URP people.
    Again, thank you.

    • Avatar Johan Meintjes on March 8, 2021 at 10:00 am

      It is my outreach experience in Mozambique, Malawi and the DRC that Islam attracts adherents by offering them jobs! In this regard it would seem as if the Christian church planting and evangelism ethic had lost the “work the land” mandate since Eden and the Deut 8 principle through promotion of a passive faith without good and society sustaining works.

  5. Avatar Joseph Lee on November 27, 2020 at 9:15 pm

    I have been involved with UPGs most of my adult life as a missionary and a mission leader, in a country that is in the 10-40 window. We focused among the indigenous peoples, but now seeing unreached people in diaspora, packets of them settling in many areas of our country , forming their communities, they are escaping rebel fighting and seeking for better life. This shows in many ways the opportunities and challenges we had. In some of these people in diaspora, they settled in places close to the communities of the Indigenous people where we have seen churches planted. Now, these churches are being encouraged to take the challenge to “pass forward” what they have received, because the “missions field” has come to them. What used to be a UPG is now having the challenge to reach other UPGs. Indeed, diaspora is still going on, and the “mission field” is coming to the reached peoples. However, among these people, both the Indigenous people with churches growing and the UPGs in diaspora, what seems similar is poverty. Economic struggle looks apparent. This is what made us interested in Business As Missions, we aspire to see the communities of Indigenous people, now holding to Christian values, to run businesses that will alleviate them from poverty, and yet at the same time, applying it as a healthy strategy for them to reach the UPGs in diaspora, now living close to them. This is our prayers and what we hope to do, to facilitate and equip those capable to do businesses, from among the churches.

  6. Avatar Doreen Munetsi on May 4, 2021 at 4:39 pm

    Thank you for the explanation of this.
    I also had a bit of understanding of this from YWAM.

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