The history of the United States and Canada is a story of migration. While many waves of early migrants came from Christianized European countries, the past several decades have revealed many contemporary migrants coming from Asian, African, and Middle Eastern contexts where Evangelicals are small in number. While certainly there is a great influx of migrants from Latin American contexts, there are also large numbers of migrants coming to the U. S. and Canada representing some of the world’s least reached peoples. In this article, I attempt to describe their numbers and offer a theological and missiological response to this present reality. Portions of this article are taken from my forthcoming book The Strangers Next Door: Global Migration and the Great Commission Opportunity for You and Your Church (tentative title, Paternoster).
Payne, J. D. (2010). Global Migration, the United States and Canada: A Great Commission Opportunity. Great Commission Research Journal, 2(1), 21-30. Retrieved from https://digitalarchives.apu.edu/gcrj/vol2/iss1/3