The majority of the world's 1.7 billion Muslims have never met a follower of Christ, and there are still hundreds of Muslim people groups with little or no access to the gospel. However, God is doing extraordinary things in the Muslim world in our day. In the last two decades, far more Muslims have come to faith in Jesus than in the previous 14 centuries since Islam began. This is an amazing season of opportunity.
Frontiers is a culturally diverse, all age movement of over a thousand workers representing 50 nationalities on more than 200 teams. Our teams live and work amongst their host communities in over 50 Muslim countries, prioritising the peoples and places with least access to the gospel.
We desire to see disciples of Jesus gathering and multiplying among all Muslim peoples.
We value working closely with UK churches to raise up, equip and support workers to join teams for the great harvest that is beginning in the Muslim world.
We are non-denominational and our workers come from a wide variety of churches in the evangelical tradition. Each Frontiers worker must be in agreement with our Statement of faith.
Nearly one-quarter of the world's population is Muslim and the majority have never met a follower of Jesus. Our focus is on living amongst Muslims in places where no-one has previously made Jesus' love known.
Everything we do contributes toward planting healthy, reproducing churches through teams of obedient disciples who produce other disciples in the Muslim world.
We are united in our commitment to live by Biblical truths, but seek to be gracious in embracing diversity. Read our Statement of faith
Like-minded people united in a common vision can achieve a lot more than individuals. Teams offer mutual support and complementary gifts - it is the only way we work.
Our approach is field-led. Team leaders make decisions for their own context and, collectively, for the organisation.
We place a high emphasis on training, mentoring and accountability provided by people with hands-on experience.
We meet more and more situations where people are truly in need of spiritual deliverance. People are oppressed by demonic powers and their religion doesn't give them any means of escape. Potions, magical objects and treatment by marabouts are ways to gain protection from spiritual attacks or to rebu...Read More
Thursday 20th SeptemberI sat outside on a colourful plastic mat enjoying a breeze after a hot sticky day. I watched as men and women from the neighbourhood came to visit my neighbour – a traditional healer – a marabout.Each evening he was visited by a long line of people, who...Read More
Wednesday 19th SeptemberSamson was a Muslim Background Believer (MBB) who had come to faith about five years ago. He had previously been a cattle rustler and was feared around the region for his skills at lying, cheating and killing. He had a dramatic conversion and not only repe...Read More
Tuesday 18th SeptemberFulani of West AfricaThe following account (to be continued throughout the week) is from a Frontiers worker in West Africa:Family life among the Fulani is very different from a typical western family life. It's very common for men to have up to 4 w...Read More
Monday 17th SeptemberFulani Pop: 40 million Islam 99.5%The Fulani people are the largest nomadic people group in the world and probably the largest unreached people group in Africa. They number around 40 million, stretching all the way from the eastern part of Africa to the w...Read More
Saturday 15th SeptemberNiger and its Hausa people Pop: 22 million Muslim: 97%Niger lies on Nigeria’s northern border. The country's predominantly Islamic population of about 22 million mostly lives in the far south and west of the country. 97% of the nation is Muslim. 76% of t...Read More