Justin D. Long

I do missions research, analysis, unreached peoples advocacy, teaching, statistics, trends, futuristics...
I serve with ActBeyond, sending teams to start movements amongst the unreached.

The Long View
Looking for the blog? It's here, in your inbox: a semi-daily newsletter sharing missions analysis & thinking. (Old version here, for a time.)


New Articles
07/28 Church forms: describing, selecting, optimizing on 2 axes
07/30 The post taken over by a shouting Irish dragonslayer
07/31 One family startup among a local diaspora
08/04 Workers Needed: to see the Great Commission completed,...
08/06 Redemptive Lift: does Christianity make a difference?
08/07 Simple Thoughts for Dark Days: the importance of doubt
08/11 Unreached: the 1 thing missing from this flexible definition


The District Survey: countries, provinces and districts, with statistical and descriptions. Monthly releases, $10. June 2014 here.

Prayer Guides: a collection of guides for praying for the world's unreached peoples.

Global Diagrams: illustrating complexities
1: the impact of Christianity on Corruption
2: the impact of obeying Christ on corruption levels
3: Growth in population and Christianity, AD 1910-2010
4: the Evangelicalization of the Church
5: how Christian is a country? size, share and growth

Think Tanks: a series of hour-long video talks with experts on specific topics
On Callings: Pete Errington
On Mobilization, Bryan Padgett
On CPM Coaching, Paul Watson
On the Shoal Creek "proto-Movement", Roy Moran
On prayer strategists, Liz Adleta.

Cluster Forecasts: deep studies of people group clusters
Persians. Turks. Cushitic.

Other Publications: other things I've written, including reports and short stories

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About Me: a little more about us

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ActBeyond: the agency we presently serve with

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