One day, people of every nation and language will bow before Jesus Christ—our true King. A key part of this story is Jesus’ promise that “the Gospel will be preached to all nations, and then the end will come.” Not only that—God is inviting us to be the ones preaching it to all nations.
As Kairos, we are a community that has said yes to this calling, and we are zealous to do our part to serve what He is doing in the world. Our response to the Great Commission has led us to establish a base in Southeast Asia—these are sending nations from which many laborers will be sent to the final frontiers of world missions. We are committing ourselves to these: preaching the gospel, planting churches, praying and worshiping, and training laborers from all nationalities to boldly proclaim Christ.
Isaiah 42 says,
“Sing to the Lord a new song, his praise from the ends of the earth, you who go down to the sea and all that is in it, you islands and all who live in them” (Isaiah 42:10, NIV)
We are in a region with tens of thousands of islands that are mostly unreached with the Gospel. In such a place, we have the privilege of exalting Christ through worship and leading others to know Him. As we work, more and more people will join the song—and when all is said and done, the whole earth will be filled with people redeemed by the cross and singing to the King of Glory.