When a native missionary in Brazil went to an unreached people in the country’s southwest, it didn’t take long before he found out about the most hated man in the village. The missionary had heard that Carlos* looked for excuses to fight with his neighbors. Constant drinking fueled his temper, and his drunken rages often left his wife with bruises impossible to hide. When his wife dragged him to an open-air evangelistic event, they never dreamed what a powerful ministry would emerge from it.
Founded in 1953, Christian Aid Mission seeks to establish a witness for Christ in every nation by assisting indigenous ministries based in areas of poverty and persecution, giving priority to ministries sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with unreached people groups. Today, we work with hundreds of indigenous ministries in eight regions of the world that share the gospel with more than 1,700 unreached people groups.