From the earliest days of the early Church, missions has always been about teamwork and partnerships.This is why we refer to “Paul and Barnabas” or “Paul and Silas” who were backed by churches such as those in Antioch and Macedonia, who partnered with them in Gospel outreach.The Scriptures underscore this principle of partnership—that both the giver and the laborer share alike in the work and reward of the Gospel (I Samuel 30:24; Matthew 10:41-42; III John 5-8).
Partnering with Frontline Missions by supporting the General Fund helps sustain the sort of things that anyone who pays bills to keep their home, church, or business lit and running knows are essential. This includes things like phones, insurance, and postage, but it also includes the funding of Gospel projects that weren’t fully paid for by designations, providing accountability between supporters and the projects on the field, as well as training and mobilizing Gospel workers for the front lines.
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Frontline Missions works to advance the Gospel, forming vibrant, Word-centered, disciple-making churches, especially in those regions of the world that have the least Light. We are driven by the same desire that animated the apostle Paul who said it was always his ambition to preach the Gospel where Christ was not known (Romans 15:20). We pursue this goal by equipping Christians on the frontlines to reach their own people for Christ, by forming strategic partnerships with them, and by developing creative platforms in countries closed to traditional missions.