This is an article from the November-December 1995 issue: Joshua Project 2000

How to Access Additional Data on the Joshua Project 2000 Peoples

How to Access Additional Data on the Joshua Project 2000 Peoples

Need information on one of the Joshua Project 2000 listed peoples? You can now retrieve people group data on-line: interactively via the World Wide Web (on America Online, Compuserve, or other services) or using any of the many e-mail services around the world.

The “People Group Consultant” (PGC) is a cooperative venture made up of a number of different agencies and researchers, including the AD2000 and Beyond Movement. You can access the People Group Consultant in two different ways: simple e-mail searches or even easier searches (and updates!) via the World Wide Web.

Easy Access: Via E-mail Only The most basic approach is through a simple e-mail exchange. An e-mail search of PGC will provide a short list of information about any people group, such as population in each country or churches that have already adopted the people. For example, to use this method to search for information on the Yemeni people group, send an e-mail message to the address: [email protected] with only the following line in the body of the e-mail message: search Yemeni

It does not matter what you write in the “subject” section. The hub computer will immediately e-mail you the results. (You will receive the message usually within a few minutes or possibly several hours if your e-mail service is slow.) For other people groups, simply replace the word “Yemeni” with the name of the group you are researching.


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