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19 Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” - Matthew 28:19-20


FBC Eureka has been praying for a couple who have been doing Bible translation among an unreached, Bibleless, Muslim people group in Indonesia.

They are launching a daily prayer campaign for this group starting in December 2019.

If you would like to participate, click on "View More" button to register. 


  • knows that every church multiplication movement in history has had Extraordinary Prayer

  • promotes strategic prayer based on church multiplication movement research

  • sends out brief prayer points daily

  • asks everyone to not only pray but also mobilize prayer through relationships and opportunities God provides

  • strives to make it easier to mobilize more prayer by making it easy for people to sign up for prayer emails

  • loves God, the Banjar people, and collaborating with all Christians to fulfill the Great Commission

  • strives to neither under- nor over-estimate man’s role in church multiplication movements

  • is not a political agenda, but rather is an effort for sinners who have found forgiveness in Christ to share this Good News with others

  • understands there are security concerns when ministering to Muslims, so it never uses real names or details that will endanger people or projects


In the mid 1980’s, Kelly and his wife, Kathy, and their children decided to move permanently to the Republic of the Transkei in South Africa to commit their lives to reaching the unreached among the Xhosa tribe.

The Lord has worked through their ministry for over 32 years to reach tens of thousands of Xhosa people. With the Lord’s help, the Kosky’s have started over 100 Xhosa speaking churches and established a Xhosa Bible School which opened in 2001.

Kelly is the Director and Founder of Transkei Victory Christian Ministries, which reaches out to the rural tribal Xhosa villages and the men who live in the city shack towns. He is also the Director of African New Life Ministries, which focuses on the Xhosa people living in the ghettos. In addition, the Kosky’s work with World Outreach Ministries in Marietta, Georgia, a charitable organization that gives oversight to all their financial affairs.

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