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Project Goal:
Amount Raised: $58,284
Still Needed: $1,291,716
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Project Number: PUS042

The first step in church planting is figuring out the best location to strategically place teams of missionaries. This involves doing people group assessments.

An assessment is an in-depth analysis that helps us place missionary teams where they can be the most effective. Assessments are the foundation of effective translation projects, church planting, and discipleship. They allow the ministry to make better decisions and ultimately bring greater success to the missionary teams. Because of this, more lives are impacted.

Three hundred people group assessments need to be completed to continue the work. There are dialects to be researched. People groups to be identified. Local churches to be strengthened. Just as it takes a team in the field to conduct the research, it takes a team of supporters to make it happen financially.

How You'll Be Helping

Three hundred people group assessments are vital for the strategic placement of missionaries. Each assessment funded -- at an average cost of $4,500 each -- advances God's work. Please partner with us to see even one more people group assessment completed, so more tribes can be reached and more lives can be transformed.

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Other Ways to Give

To give by check or money order, make it payable to Ethnos360 and include a note if you are designating it for a particular project or missionary. Mail it to: Ethnos360, 312 W. First St., Sanford, FL 32771

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ECFA Accredited

Ethnos360 is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity. Contributions are made with the understanding that Ethnos360 has complete control and administration over the use of the donated funds. All contributions designated for specific projects will be applied to those projects. An administration fee of up to 5 percent may be assessed. In the event that we receive more contributions than can be wisely applied to that project, those funds will be used to meet a similar pressing need.