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Our national missionaries operate in high-risk areas – where
poverty, politics, and persecution stand in the way of faith,
hope and love. So far, with the support of OpSat’s Kingdom
Investors, they’ve planted thousands of new churches.
New believers are equipped to bring discipleship, reconciliation, practical help, economic development, and joyful purpose into dark, impoverished, and forgotten places. Joining OpSat means joining them and aiming for all this.
Our approach to mission combines
teamwork, training, disciple-making,
hub churches and practical incentives -
so that every district [equivalent to a
high population county in the U.S.] can
be saturated with faith, hope and love.
The disciple-making movements we
support are locally-led and aim to
become quickly self-sustaining.
OpSat began in the late 1990s when God raised up
a young Asian missionary with a vision to reach his own area with the gospel. Before long, scores of
new churches were meeting, and transformational good was surging into the district, leading to the first “saturation.” Since then, thousands of leaders have been raised up to join the effort, and hundreds of Kingdom Investors from across the world have supported and accelerated their work.
We can’t divulge any names publicly in terms of
our field team leaders or their locations (more info
is available to those who join us). But we can say this: the mission isn’t carried out by any one
person – it is being led by the Holy Spirit and
by over 7,000 national missionaries
who are involved in OpSat right now.
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