We at Global Frontier Missions believe the movement of people (diaspora missions) in today’s world is a great opportunity to help in the fulfill the Great Commission. Unreached people groups from all over the world are coming to us, so we are mobilizing and training the church to reach out to this mission field!
By offering short-term missions and outreach events for individuals and churches, we are educating and empowering people to share the gospel locally and globally. We aim to equip the body of Christ to reach out to Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, and others living on our doorstep.
Cities such as Atlanta , Houston, Sydney, Australia and Richmond are experiencing tremendous growth from immigration, refugee resettlement, and international students. GFM is asking the Lord to allow us to reach these people with the Gospel. By strategically setting up ministry in cities in the United States and around the world, we believe we can make disciples and plant churches among many unreached people groups- allowing them to have access to the gospel for the first time.
Our ultimate goal is to train indigenous disciples that can return to their own people groups with the gospel message to initiate church planting movements. We are currently looking for teams to start new GFM locations in places like Jacksonville, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, New York and other multi-ethnic cities.
Global Frontier Missions has a base in South Asia and wants to continue moving towards our THUMBs Up Vision of having a mobilization, training, and sending hub in the Tribal, Hindu, Unreligious/Chinese, Muslim, and Buddhist cultures. Sydney, Australia is our second international location and a great back door into SE Asia where we have a heart to see disciples made in Laos, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Indonesia.
The 10/40 window still has 95% of the remaining unreached people groups, so we want to raise up as many laborers as possible to go and serve in that part of the world. We recently launched an online missionary training school to equip even more laborers to make disciples among the remaining unreached people groups.