2021 World Missions Unconference Information

World Missions at Second

This is a very exciting time to be involved in world missions! Urbanization and globalization have opened doors to communicating the Gospel and sharing resources unlike any time in our history. While much of this change can be mind-boggling, it ultimately represents a strategic time to be fully engaged in world missions.  

Our goal is to identify strategic fields and ministries and to partner with those involved in advancing the Gospel in those areas. We seek to call, train, and send missionaries to the field, as well as partner with national and international workers involved in that same endeavor.   

Below are the seven strategic regions of the world in which we focus these efforts: 

  • Africa
  • Europe
  • Middle East
  • Central and South Asia
  • East Asia
  • Southeast Asia
  • Central and South America

Read more about these seven regions of the world and the missionaries we support in our World Missions Annual Report. 

2021 World Missions Annual Report


Pray for Our Missionaries

Start your day with prayer for our global partners, asking God to plant new gospel seeds through them. In this year’s electronic prayer tool (coming soon!), our missionaries (or sometimes a missions committee member speaking on their behalf) will personally share with you through a recorded video how you can pray for them.

Printed prayer books will also be available by request. In addition, you can register to receive prayer updates via mail, email, or text and/or you can click the “prayer” tab on the 2PC app.

The following websites are helpful resources to help you pray for missions and people across the world:
  • www.operationworld.org highlights a different country each day to pray for, including general information about the country, and specific prayer requests for the people there 
  • http://joshuaproject.net provides information about unreached ethnic groups around the world 
  • http://www.engage2025.org offers information about Engage 2025, which seeks to plant Protestant Reformed churches in 10 unreached Muslim communities by 2025.