About Us

What we are all about?

We are an informational and motivational website:

Fulfilling the Great Commission in our neighborhood and community. "Go and make disciples of all nations (language groups)" (Matthew 28:19).

Reaching unreached, resistant language groups who have emigrated to the United States. Now within the context of freedom, they can receive an overt gospel witness.


Challenging every believer to do everything possible to introduce  Jesus to every person in every immigrant language group.

• God uses information to motivate believers to fulfill His purposes.

• God uses biblical truth to move believers to action.

• People only believe what motivates them to action. What we believe determines what we do.

Encouraging every believer in Christ Jesus to BE a neighbor!

Identifying immigrants; helping you to get acquainted, extend a welcome and hospitality, and share the good news about why Jesus is so important to you.

Directing you to available resources to assist in leading your immigrant neighbors to faith in Christ.

Giving a voice for immigrants and their children, shifting from one culture to a new culture.

YOUR NEIGHBOR website functions in a supportive role to Assemblies of God leadership and the constituency.

Assemblies of God Sponsors

U. S. Missions

Illinois Assemblies of God

AG Kansas Ministry Network

Southern Missouri District

Official Assemblies of God Statement on Immigration

It is appropriate for the borders of the United States to be secure in order for immigration to conform to the laws of the United States.  As people of faith we support comprehensive immigration reform that reflects human dignity, compassion, and justice integral to a ‘nation under God.’  Apart from issues related to governmental jurisdiction, we believe that the gospel of Jesus Christ compels us to minister to all who live or work within our country.

Adopted by General Council  Aug 10, 2006


"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ 31 The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.”

Mark 12:30-31


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