A FRUITFUL HARVEST

2021 Mid Year Review

I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for the harvest.'” 
-John 4:35b

The mission field is ripe for harvest

Billions of people around the world have yet to hear of Jesus’ sacrificial love for them. East-West’s strategy for going into the harvest fields is to mobilize the global Church and equip believers to evangelize the lost and multiply disciples among the unreached.

In this mid-year report, we want to give you a snapshot of that strategy in action.

The story and statistics in this report testify to the ways God is making His name known among the nations and how East-West gets to play a part in that. We are blessed to be His workers in the harvest, and we praise Him that you are a part of this Kingdom-building work with us!

The Fruit of the Four Fields

One of the key parts of East-West’s mission of reaching the unreached is to equip local leaders. One of the ways we do this is through a church-planting method called Four Fields.

The Four Fields method includes five steps:

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Across the globe, East-West trains local believers on this simple, reproducible strategy, encouraging them to start gospel movements among the unreached.

When equipped believers take this training into the places they live, God can do amazing things through them!

Take Ali, for example. He is a pastor in South Asia who attended a Four Fields training a few years ago. After the training, he began praying for God to open the door for him to take the gospel to one of the most dangerous regions in his country.

This past summer, Ali finally traveled to that region and witnessed how God paved the way for him and his small team to see lives changed for eternity.

Here is a glimpse of Ali’s story.

Lives Changed

Ali’s story is one of millions that God is writing among the unreached this year. Through faithful believers, the gospel is being shared, disciples are being made, and churches are being multiplied. Here is how God has worked through East-West so far this year.

2021 MINISTRY NUMBERS*

Gospel Shares: 7,153,797
Professions of Faith: 572,734
Disciples Made: 111,011
Leaders Trained: 11,161
Churches Planted: 12,862
New Workers Sent: 170
New Unreached People Groups Engaged: 6

*Statistics are compiled from field reports from January 1-June 30, 2021.

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A monthly gift of $25 can reach 5,000 people per year with the gospel!

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