God intends to use the local church to accomplish the task of the Great Commission. The possibilities of what could be done if the body of Christ united for a single purpose are endless.
By partnering with the local church here, we can bring the hope of Christ there—faster. To complete the good work of the Great Commission set before us by Jesus Christ, then we must recruit, train, and send more field workers.
One way you can help is to introduce your church to Frontiers. After all, sometimes the first step in changing the world is simply an introduction.
Does your church know about Frontiers?
4 steps to sharing Frontiers with your church.
1. Present the Facts
Across the world, there are an estimated 1 billion Muslims who are considered unreached (less than 2% of people are known Christians). Of those, there are 1,108 Muslim people groups that remain completely unengaged (having no known Christians among them).
2. Explain the Challenges
Regions where Muslims live face some of the most horrendous social justice issues, such as human trafficking, violence, corruption, lack of education, and poverty. Our fears lead us to believe their transformation is a hopeless cause, even though we claim to have the hope of the world.
3. Introduce Frontiers
Frontiers wants to inspire transformational movements within unengaged Muslim communities. We do this by sending teams to catalyse change in these places through inviting all Muslim people, with love and respect, to follow Jesus. United together, we can transform Muslim societies and eradicate injustices. By partnering with Frontiers the church in the UK has already sent many people to live and plant churches in Muslim communities overseas.
4. Extend an Invitation
Invite your church to connect with us. Whether they would like more information or are interested in sending a team, we would love to tell them more!
You can also encourage them to support a Frontiers field worker, both financially and in prayer - it’s a wonderful way to bless the work overseas and to be a part of their frontline ministry. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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