Mapping the Tribes of Zambia for Gospelink

I recently had the opportunity to map the tribal divisions of each of Zambia’s 73 indigenous tribes across its 10 provinces. The purpose of the map was to identify the locations of Gospelink-sponsored National Preachers in relation to the tribes they have immediate or potential access to. This was not an easy endeavor by any stretch, given many sources with incomplete or discrepant data. Once completed, this map was used by the Gospelink team in… Continue reading

Mapping the People Groups of Cambodia

This map is the product of research I conducted to identify and locate Cambodia’s Unreached People Groups (UPGs) for the purpose of providing a country-wide overview for a network of indigenous Cambodian church planting missionaries. I have traveled previously through Cambodia, and expect to revisit again soon as I work through Gospelink to develop a research strategy for these missionaries. Cambodia’s population is estimated at almost 17 million of which there are between 18-23 indigenous… Continue reading

Mapping the People Groups of Mozambique

For the last ten years, my focus has been to help missionaries in South America leverage research as a practical tool for ministry planning and outreach in the most remote and difficult to access regions of the Amazon jungle. While that focus has not changed, now that I also serve with Gospelink, the scope this work extends worldwide. A country of over 31 million, the Republic of Mozambique is located in southeastern Africa. As the… Continue reading