Egypt's Lost Sheep - Baptist 21 - SBC 2011

IMB's (International Mission Board) mission is to make disciples of all peoples in fulfillment of the Great Commission found in Matthew 28:18-20.
Over 6,000 people groups - 1.7 billion people - still live with little or no access to the Gospel.
IMB is an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention, the USA's largest evangelical denomination, claiming more than 40,000 churches with nearly 16 million members.

Pastors Jon Akin, David Platt, Clint Pressley and Bryant Wright travel to Egypt in order to see and hear the needs of the Egyptian people. Confronted by potential dangers while bringing relief to refugees at the Libyan-Egyptian border, these pastors are reminded that great risk is required in bringing the Gospel to "lost sheep" living in this part of the world. The remaining 3800 unengaged, unreached people groups are that way for a reason, they are difficult to reach. But-difficulty and risk don't make the specific command of Christ to reach them any less of a priority. In fact, they highlight this top priority task for believers who seek to follow Him, acting as expressions of Jesus as the Great Shepherd.