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.
Saturday 15th JuneObstacles to new believers“Again Jesus spoke to them, saying, “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” John 8:12In Islam, there are 99 names for Allah, but “father” is not a...Read More
Friday 14th JuneBedouin of the Arabian PeninsulaThe Arabian Peninsula Bedouin are no longer moving their tents and herds of camels with the rain. Almost all have moved into some sort of fixed building, often with government help. Some have moved to the big cities and only go back...Read More
Thursday 13th JuneBedouin tribes in Jordan in the Middle EastThe Bedouin tribes of Jordan consist of around half a million people living in the rural east and south of the country, known as the Badia area. Many seeds of the gospel have been sown among them over decades of faithfu...Read More
Wednesday 12th JuneTestimonyUpon hearing the gospel, a Bedouin man could not get over the fact that God had sacrificed his own son for him. He stood up in front of a group of men and asked how many of them had sons. He exclaimed: “Would you give up your son for me?” Read More
Tuesday 11th JuneBedouin tribes in Sinai in Egypt, North AfricaYou may hear about North Sinai in the news as a haven for terrorists and where the persecution of Christians is commonplace. However, there are also many Bedouin tribes seeking to live a peaceful life in the land. Read More
Monday 10th JuneWho are the Arab Bedouins?Bedouin are traditionally shepherds, keeping camels, goats or sheep. However, they are increasingly exchanging the tent for permanent settlement, due to changing economic and social circumstances in the region, but many still keep a small...Read More