All over the world, unreached people groups are coming to our backyard. They are moving to our cities, building houses of worship, living in our neighborhoods, and going to our schools. How should we react to this?
Global Frontier Missions strongly believes that our reaction should be one of welcome and celebration. Most of these people have come to us as immigrants, international students or refugees and have never had the chance to hear the good news of Jesus! But how do you begin to talk to them about Jesus? Do you even know what they believe?
During our Global Mission Tours, we will take you around the city to visit a mosque, a Hindu temple, and/or a Buddhist temple. We will also visit apartment complexes and different locations where churches and non-profit organizations are reaching out to internationals in a variety of ways to explore how you or your group may be able to get involved in long-term ministry to internationals.
You will have a chance to interact with Muslims, Hindus and Buddhists to learn their beliefs and to discover bridges in their cultures to talk about Jesus. This is an intercession and learning trip and not a time for evangelism or debate! It’s a chance to learn to pray more effectively and to discover strategies that find common ground to share the Good News more effectively with people from other faiths. The entire tour is designed to increase your ability to pray for and reach out to the nations God has brought here.
In the first chapter of Nehemiah, he listens to the people to hear their needs. As he hears about the walls in Jerusalem that have been destroyed, he weeps and fasts before the Lord. He then sets out to bring restoration to the city. Our tours are a chance to explore, listen, observe, pray, and learn next steps of how to get involved.
These Global Mission Tours are ideal for church leaders that are considering our Global Missions Journeys. They are also a perfect opportunity for small groups, missions leaders, or churches wanting to learn how they can be more missional by reaching out to the foreigners living close to them.