From one end of the 10/40 window to the other, this route covers some of the most unreached places on earth. Whether to remote nomadic tribes, frontier mountain communities, or staggeringly unchurched megacities, bring the good news of the Gospel to those who may have yet to hear it.
The 10/40 window contains 97% of all remaining Unreached People Groups. These are the final frontiers of God’s global mission to reconcile people from every people group to Himself.
Start your journey in Istanbul, Europe’s largest and most evocative city, and venture across the plains of Turkey, a land rich with Biblical history but now almost devoid of Gospel presence. After you embark on one of the cargo ships criss-crossing the Caspian Sea, traverse the undiscovered expanse of Central Asia—home to wild terrain, ancient trade routes, and crumbling mausoleums. In Turkey and Central Asia, the church is small but eager and emboldened by their nomadic heritage to reach their countries with the Gospel.
At the eastern end of the Silk Road, millions upon millions of people live in cities outside the reach of the Gospel. Experience the unbelievable movement of God among the Chinese church and the explosive church planting movement happening in South Asia. To get there, you’ll journey through the forgotten Kingdom of Tibet, and cross over the formidable majesty of the Himalayas.
Descend from the Himalayas into the heart of the Buddhist world through Myanmar and Thailand. Amidst ancient temples and the chants from monasteries, the freedom of the Good News has barely taken root. At the end of your route is Indonesia, the furthest edge of Southeast Asia. A country of nearly 18,000 islands makes up Islam’s easternmost outpost and an important Gospel frontier. By now you’ll have engaged some of the world’s most unreached communities with the Gospel. Filled with newfound purpose, what will God do through you next?