Religion, Spiritual Development


Prescott, AZ


To honor God by reaching unreached people groups in the 10/40 Window with the Christian gospel.

To blaze the trail to places where there is no presence of the gospel, discipling, training and partnering with local believers, establishing outreach centers, planting churches, and releasing church plants to reach their own people groups.

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Rev. David Joannes

Main Address

P.O. Box 1591

Prescott, AZ 86302 USA


Christian, unreached people groups, discipleship training, Special needs children





Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Christian (X20)

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1. Establish outreach centers in strategic epicenter cities and countries where unreached people groups live.
2. Utilize creative methods to reach out to target people groups and cluster socio economic groups.
3. Plant multiple flourishing indigenous churches led by local leaders in regions surrounding each outreach center within five years the center’s establishment.
4. Reach out to underprivileged children, children with special needs and orphans.
5. Develop high quality creative media as a means to attract unreached people groups with the gospel.
6. Provide avenues for the Body of Christ to rise up, be united, and fulfill their roles in proclaiming God’s Kingdom.

1. For outreach centers, we conduct 4 phases for a 5-year plan: Initial Outreach, Leadership Development, Developing Indigenous Leaders, Releasing the Church to be Independent.
2. For creative evangelism and discipleship, we have unique and tried methods for both rural and urban settings that lead to effective evangelistic outreach, and discipleship training, utilizing the four phases within our five year plan in each outreach center.
3. For church planting, we use the Good News Series and School of Workers curriculum, alongside Bible school training to commission workers to reach their own people group and beyond.
4. For ministry to underprivileged children, together with trusted partner organizations, we provide extracurricular education, medical care, school supplies, and basic living necessities. (Note that this is an ongoing ministry, and we set these supplementary projects to align with the vision of each outreach center's five year plan.)
5. For multimedia and communications, we are currently building a team of highly skilled professionals and artists who have a heart for missions, are very competent in their areas of expertise, and are willing to use their gifting to fulfill the Great Commission.
6. For networking the Body of Christ, we partner with churches, groups and individuals locally and internationally, using our collective resources to impact places where there is little to no presence of the gospel. We invite international partners to come alongside us for short or long term mission endeavors, with the goal of creating solid partnerships in reaching the unreached.

We are an established organization who has spent more than a decade of following God's leading and putting His strategies to use within the mission field. The methods we use are not only tried and tested through years of experience in the mission field, these methods are born out of prayer, studying His Word and seeking His heart and mind.

The organization is working with full-time people who are the fruit of God's work through Within Reach Global. They are not only passionate about doing God's work, they have also been trained and given the tools necessary to do the work. With continuous support, the work at hand can and will be accomplished.

People and processes are being put in place to establish milestones and track progress - as well as being able to effectively communicate ministry updates to everyone interested through newsletters and social media.

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