“Who among the nations are your neighbors? What opportunities might you have to have a greater impact for the gospel? What opportunities might your church have to do even more to see the Revelation 7:9 vision fulfilled? How can we be better stewards of that vision when it comes to the nations who we find at our doorsteps?"
Paul Chitwood, IMB-SBC (International Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention) President
The Cincinnati-Middletown metro area is a fifteen county metro area located primarily in southern Ohio, with Cincinnati, also known as the Queen City, as its anchor city.After the mid 20th century, Cincinnati saw a significant drop in immigration, and foreign-born population. However, in recent years that trend has started to change. With a new plan set in place to make the city more immigrant friendly, Cincinnati looks to greatly increase their immigrant population. Over the past decade...
The IMB Diaspora Coalition is here to help you make disciples among diaspora people right next door in North America. We offer consultation, coaching, mentoring and training on how to ... (1) Join God's Plan for Diaspora People, (2) Discover and Connect with Diaspora People, (3) Make Disciples among Diaspora People.
Migrating from Jordan to the United States, the Adyghe people predominantly reside in Russia. Along with Jordan and Russia, they are also found in Turkey, Syria, Iraq, and Israel. They are also known as West Circassian due to their geographic origin being the Russian Federation.
The Adyghe who came from Jordan to the United States maintained their ethnic identity due to the fact that the Adyghe language is taught in a Jordanian School for the Jordanian Adyghes. This school, which was established by the Adyghe Jordanians with support...
The Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX metro area encompasses a 12 county area in north Texas and is commonly referred to as DFW, or the Metroplex. DFW is home to over 420 diaspora people groups, many are unreached and unengaged. They arrived as refugees, international students, and those who migrated from their indigenous homeland for a better life and education for their children.
"God - the Divine Maestro is orchestrating the movement of people."
The word "DIASPORA" comes from a Greek verb which means "scattering". In other words, diaspora means "the movement, migration, settlement or scattering of people away from their indigenous homeland." More specifically, in North America, DIASPORA PEOPLE comprise immigrants, refugees, and international students.
"And he made from one man every nation of mankind to live on all the face of the earth, having determined allotted periods and the boundaries of their dwelling place, that they should seek God, and perhaps feel their way toward him and find him."