Think about Jesus’ feeding of the 5,000: What if only the first 3 rows were fed, leaving the last rows untouched? Similarly and despite Jesus’ call to spread His message to the “ends of the Earth,” over a third of the world lacks access to the gospel. Mission efforts disproportionately prioritize people with gospel access, while ignoring those without.
A mere penny from every dollar on foreign missions reaches the ends of the Earth. Kelley, writing in a way making a legal scholar jealous, brings us the facts, figures, and passion to highlight the massive wrong with compelling evidence. Beyond identifying the problem, Kelley proposes compelling and practicable solutions to disseminate the gospel effectively and widely. The book challenges readers to contemplate: “What role do I play in taking the gospel to the ends of the Earth?”
In 1998, a divine calling redirected Greg Kelley from a thriving insurance career to full-time ministry. As CEO of Unknown Nations he’s dedicated to sharing Jesus’ message with unreached groups. Kelley’s traveled to more than 50 countries, advocating for those yet to hear the saving gospel. A Western Michigan University graduate, he was the 1991 football team MVP. Beyond his love for Christ, his family, including wife Kathy, kids, and grandchildren, brings him immense joy. Golf, snowboarding, college football, and family activities are his interests. Greg and Kathy reside in Byron Center, Michigan.