In missions circles you hear the phrase "un-reached peoples" quite often. When you hear this phrase, what sort of person comes to mind? We most often think of a person living an impoverished existence, or committed to a major religion like Hinduism or Islam. These people definitely are un-reached, but we also need to consider the professional riding the train in Brussels, or the young person shopping in a mall. This person may not be a Buddhist, they are probably atheist, as 20 percent of Europeans profess to be, but they are no less under the sway of demonic influences. They may have all of their physical needs met; yet they are spiritually destitute. Ultimately, the un-reached are all those who have not had an adequate witness of the Gospel, in all of its truth and power. This is true of them whether they are across the globe or next door.