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Joshua Campaign International

Purpose

Our purpose is to unite churches, beyond denominational lines, and mobilize the existing church to reach the uttermost parts of the world and reach as many as we can to fulfill Gospel from every nation, tribe, and tongue.

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Mass Evangelism

Panorama 1 EthiopiaLarge Gospel festivals and rallies held around the world.

Mobilization

By sending teams of young missionaries to the ends of the earth, we believe that we can reach the unreached through Mobilization.Nick Heli

Mission Network

By connecting churches and ministries from around the world, we believe that we can reach the unreached through Mission Networking.jacq tribe 3

Overview

Nick Sartoris began working with Joshua Campaign and was instrumental in developing the Mission One Eleven model of mobilization.

He organized groups from churches in the Unite States and Sweden to search out unreached people groups in the bush of Ethiopia and Madagascar. His experience in being able to deal with the unknown, the unexpected and his boldness for championing the unreached led him into leadership in planning and implementing large Gospel Festivals.

As Karl Hargestam continues to cast vision throughout the world, Nick and his wife Jacqueline travel throughout the United States sharing with local churches and organizations on how they too can join with Joshua Campaign in “Reaching the Unreached and Giving One Chance for Every Person.“ With 2.7 billion people who have not heard we must continue to press in to finish the assignment Jesus gave in Matt 28:19-20, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”

Joshua Campaign Internationals desire is to create a local and international missionary network to collaborate with the vision of the unfinished assignment, “One Chance for Every Person.”