The One Last Push Initiative Is led by Marjorie Scott Anderson, a full-time missionary

since 2014.  She is currently a member of Swallowfield Chapel in Kingston, Jamaica,

and is also a member of their Missions Board.  She served as Country Leader

for Operation Mobilisation (“Bookshop”) for 4 years (2014-2018), and presently sits on

its local Board, as well as serves as its Company Secretary.

Says Marjorie: “In July of 2014 the Lord very gradually, yet very clearly, led me to

the answer to my “What next” question.  It was:

       To actively and strategically participate in reaching the over 3 billion persons identified as unengaged and unreached people groups.  To help change the statistics of 1% funds and 1% missionaries going to where the need is most.

 

 99% of funds collected in churches go to places where people already have/know the gospel.  99% of missionaries go where the gospel already is!

Unreached refers to an ethnic group without an indigenous, self-propagating Christian church movement. ... The term is sometimes applied to ethnic groups in which less than 2% of the population is Evangelical Christians

 “No one has the right to hear the gospel twice, while there is someone who hasn’t heard it once." – Oswald J. Smith