Empart’s ministry is in Asia, particularly in the region known as South Asia.
The continent is home to the single largest concentration of unreached people in the world.
The communities our Field Workers work amongst, range from city dwellers to jungle villages and remote tribes. The one thing they have in common is their need to hear about a Savior who loves them.
Offices in Australia, Canada, Germany, France, New Zeland, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States help international partners engage in the transformation of their own lives and of Asia.
Why Focus on South Asia?
If we are serious about fulfilling the Great Commission, we must focus our efforts and resources on areas with the greatest need.
South Asia is home to the single largest concentration of unreached people groups in the world.
Only 0.14% of the 800 million people in South Asia claim to be Christians (including nominal Christians).
As a transformational movement, Empart is passionate about reaching and restoring the lives of those who have never heard about unconditional love.
People who live in this part of the world are hungry for unconditional love. They are waiting to hear the good news.
How will they hear if we do not make the effort to reach them and tell them?
No one person can do this alone, but together through a global partnership we can see eternal transformation.
People Groups Impacted by Empart
Empart Field Workers and Key Women have already reached an incredible 1,390 unreached people groups – up from the 478 people groups in 2012. This means there is at least one Field Worker working among these large people groups.
What would it take for you to reach out to the people groups who still need to hear about unconditional love? When you partner with Empart Field Workers you ensure that thousands of people will hear the Good News – what an incredible opportunity to make a difference and see lives transformed!
‘How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can anyone preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who bring Good News!”