International People Groups in Arkansas

Recent estimates show that there are over 130 different people groups represented in Arkansas, with as many as half of them considered unreached or unengaged with the gospel.  As increasing numbers of international people groups come to study and work in Arkansas, we have the opportunity to fulfill Acts 1:8 by sharing the gospel with them here and equipping them to do the same with friends and family in their home countries.  Because international missions is crucial both overseas and right here at home, our office desires to help your church discover people groups in your local context, encounter them in meaningful relationships, and engage them with reproducible discipleship strategies.

Everyone can be involved through prayer, discovery, and engagement in day-to-day life.  As you encounter people from different nations in places like ethnic restaurants and grocery stores, or even in local neighborhoods, please take a moment to share with us by adding these points of interest by using the link below.  

Add a Point of Interest for an international people group in Arkansas.


College + Young Leaders

International Student Ministry: COVID-19 Crisis Creates Evangelism Opportunity

Although much of our efforts in international missions have been hampered by the recent Covid-19 pandemic, we know that current events did...

May 11, 2020

Going to the Nations While Staying Home

How can we obey the command to “Go and make disciples of all nations” when it seems like all we can do right now is “stay at home”?
April 23, 2020

How Every Member Can Be Involved In Reaching Every Nation… In Arkansas

About a year ago a few people started praying for God to send more laborers to the 76 Unreached People Groups living in Arkansas. 
November 7, 2018

Do You Know The Peoples Next Door?

127/ 68/ 6455. Keep those numbers in the back of your mind, and we will return to them shortly. This past July I wrote an article that...

December 4, 2017

The Disciple-making Domino Effect: Dixie Jackson Offering impacts Arkansas, reaches the world

When Lydia* came to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 2011 to study physics, she believed that learning was the purpose of her life. Every school she attended in her home country of China had taught her the importance of knowledge and told her there was no God.
September 11, 2017

Reaching Internationals in Arkansas

Perhaps in your community is the next Epaphras who might become your dear friend and a faithful minister to his family and friends among the Saudis, Punjabis, or Japanese.
July 18, 2017