"Table 71" is a loose association of Christian organizations committed to working together in partnership among the remaining unreached people groups in the world.
Campus Crusade for Christ
Contact: Steve Douglass
Web Site: http://www.ccci.org/
Campus Crusade for Christ helps people in every segment of society — from students to athletes to families to business professionals — truly follow Jesus Christ.
Our purpose is to help fulfill the Great Commission in the power of the Holy Spirit by winning people to faith in Jesus Christ, building them in their faith and sending them to win and build others; and helping the Body of Christ do evangelism and discipleship. Our vision is to help build spiritual movements everywhere so everyone knows someone who truly follows Jesus Christ.
Free Indeed Ministries International
Contact: Dan Grether
Web Site: www.fimi.org
Free Indeed Ministries International’s mission is to knit the body of Christ together in love by equipping leaders, connecting communities and catalyzing movements. We see the Church in our City, Spokane Washington and the Inland Northwest, becoming so radiant with Christ that it will bless all the peoples of the earth.
Contact: Ted Olsen
Web Site: http://globalfellowship.org/
Global Fellowship can make available research and information on unreached people groups. We can facilitate contacts with indigenous church planting groups that are in close proximity to the unreached people groups. We can assist in networking peoples and/or organizations with church planters in over 100 countries. We will continue to facilitate the database for the unreached peoples through the AD2000/Joshua Project.
In addition,Global Fellowship, helps identify Early contact and Action Group members, provides ongoing research support and networks with churches, parachurch organizations, Early Contact and Action Group members and Table 71.
International Mission Board – Southern Baptist Convention
Contact: John Brady or David Platt
Web Site: http://www.imb.org
1. Training and Leadership Development:
a. In church planting movement through books, CDs, websites and seminars.
b. For strategy coordinators that are focused on a people group or cluster of people groups through CDs, books and limited training based on availability.
c. Training for cross cultural workers through the International Center for Leadership Training using interactive books, CDs, seminars and eventually through the Web, based on seven competencies needed for a cross cultural worker.
d. Prototype MasterLife Discipleship Training for oral learners (includes follow-up and Chronological Bible Storying)
2. On-the-field personnel and people group teams that are open to cross-organizational, and multi-national members.
Contact: Bill Wolfe or Jim Green
Web Site: http://www.jesusfilm.org
The JESUS Film would like to resource those working with unreached people groups. We have the JESUS Film in over 650 languages. We would like to help produce lip sync translations for unreached people groups of over 75,000 people. For unreached people groups of less that 75,000 people we provide alternatives such as narration, audio/radio, and translation training. In coordination with our Campus Crusade for Christ country national directors we can provide video/audio tapes depending on the size of the group, provide TV/radio masters, and loan out equipment and prints for JESUS film 16mm showings.
Table 71 Convener & Chairman
Contact: Bob Varney
Web Site: https://table71.org
Dr Robert Varney was asked to chair Table 71 at its first meeting following God’s work of bringing together a set of leaders during Amsterdam 2000, sponsored by Billy Graham. Campus Crusade for Christ has supporter the coordination the Table 71 partner meetings beginning at that first meeting in October 2000.
The Seed Company
Contact: Samuel Chiang
Web Site: http://www.seedcompany.org
The Seed Company provides resources (training, funding, workshops, consultants, computer-assisted adaptation) for enabling mother-tongue speakers and other nationals to do Bible translation.
“Creatively networking God’s people around the world to translate the Bible into every language for His glory” is the mission of The Seed Company. By bringing the resources of Christians to the needs of translators, we develop partnerships that result in effective translation efforts. The Seed Company projects are clearly defined in terms of time, cost and results. Linguistic and technical training are provided. Translated Scripture is checked for clarity and accuracy. Close ties of accountability are established. Supporting partners share in the struggles and successes of the project. The results? Another people group receiving God’s message in their own heart language!
Contact: Lauren Libby or Tom Watkins
Web Site: http://www.twr.org
Speaking fluently in more than 200 languages and dialects, TWR exists to reach the world for Jesus Christ. Our global media outreach engages millions in 160 countries with biblical truth. Since 1952, God has enabled TWR to help lead people from doubt to decision to discipleship.
Walk Thru the Bible
Contact: Phil Tuttle
Web Site: http://www.walkthru.org
The mission of World Teach is to fulfill the Great Commission by teaching the Bible for lasting life change in order to produce mature and equipped disciples.
Our strategy is to find people (primarily pastors and church planters) who already have an effective ministry and enhance their ministry by training them to be better teachers and leaders and by putting teaching tools that produce life change in their hands.
We will provide 15 Bible courses for teachers to teach over a period of 15 years (suggested one per year).
We will provide training to teach the 15 Bible courses. Our expectation, in return, is that the teachers will teach the Bible courses a minimum of three times to a total audience of 100.
We will provide yearly enrichment courses to make the teachers better teachers and leaders.
Wycliffe Bible Translators
Contact: Bob Creson
Web Site: http://www.wycliffe.org
Wycliffe International’s work is to facilitate the translation of God’s Word into every language that needs it. Wycliffe has organizations in nearly forty countries and has had a part in translating over 500 New Testaments into minority and indigenous languages. Fifteen hundred more translation projects, representing over 70 countries, are in progress. Because Wycliffe organizations believe Bible translation is part of the Great Commission’s mandate given to the Church, Wycliffe actively seeks to engage the worldwide Church in the Bible translation ministry. Wycliffe helps recruit personnel, raise funds and garner prayer for this worldwide task.
Youth With a Mission (YWAM)
Contact: Mark Anderson, David Hamilton or Gina Fadely
Web Site: http://www.ywam.org/
Youth With A Mission is a global movement of Christians from many cultures, age groups, and Christian traditions, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. Also known as YWAM (pronounced “WHY-wham”), we unite in a common purpose to know God and to make Him known. It was founded by Loren & Darlene Cunningham in 1960.
When YWAM began its main focus was to get youth involved in missions. Today, it still focuses on youth, and also involves people aged 8 to 80. YWAM currently works in more than 1,100 locations in over 180 countries, with a staff of over 18,000.
One of the joys of participating in YWAM is to work with people from many nations. YWAM’s staff (known as “YWAMers”) come from over 130 countries.