New Tribes Mission – New Tribes Mission helps local churches train, coordinate and send missionaries to 2,500 unreached tribes.
Joshua Project -A list of almost every ethnic people group of the world with the least followers of Christ.
Ethnologue – An encyclopedic reference work cataloging all of the world’s 6,909 known living languages.
The CIA Factbook – Provides information on the history, people, government, economy, geography, communications, transportation, military, and transnational issues for 266 world entities.
Books on the Bible
The Stranger on the Road to Emmaus – This fully illustrated, 304-page book is written for adults and teens who know little or nothing about the Bible. It explains in a straightforward way the greatest themes of the Bible, step by step creating an understanding of sin, substitution and atonement. FREE eBook.
By This Name – By This Name was written to give to or teach people who come from a polytheistic or pantheistic background. It is also geared for those who don’t believe in absolute truth, or say things like “That’s true for you but not for me.” FREE eBook.
Firm Foundations: Creation to Christ – The chronological bible teaching method used in Firm Foundations has helped believers from around the world gain a clear understanding of God, man’s relationship with Him, and the grace He has made freely available through the death of His Son.
God Planted Five Seeds, by Jean Dye Johnson – Thirteen years before the martyrdom of Jim Elliot and his friends by Auca Indians in Ecuador, five members of New Tribes Mission laid down their lives while trying to reach the Ayore tribe of Bolivia with the Gospel of Christ. These men were Cecil Dye, Bob Dye, Dave Bacon, George Hosback, and Eldon Hunter.
New Tribes Bible Institute – A two year college offering an associate’s degree in Biblical studies. The purpose of NTBI, as an integral part of the training program of New Tribes Mission, is to equip and establish believers in the interpretation and application of the foundational truths of the Bible.
Missionary Training Centre – A 18 month program that equips you with the skills needed to be a missionary to an indigenous people group.
Associate – NTM’s Associate Program seeks to match your occupational skills and spiritual gifts with specific ministry roles, for six months to four years. Associates may also have the opportunity to continue in their ministry after four years.
Interface – A four- to six-week college-level missions course in the highlands of Papua New Guinea.
Summit Assist – A two-to four-week trip tackling the physical side of tribal church planting.
Wayumi – A 1-5 day youth/church camp program that explores what the Bible says about reaching all peoples and an experience of learning a tribal language.