Frontline Missions works to advance the Gospel by 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 as 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.


Oromo Bible Project

HELP THE OROMO PEOPLE OF ETHIOPIA GET A BIBLE IN THEIR OWN LANGUAGE

The Oromo people are the largest people group in Ethiopia. In the past two decades, there has been rapid advance of the Gospel with thousands of churches starting, growing, and reaching out. There is an Oromo Bible, and there is a high literacy rate among the Oromo people – the problem is supply. Only about 2% of Oromo believers have the Scripture in their own language.

NEXT

Spirit-enabled audacity in the Kingdom’s advance

NEXT is the comprehensive missions training arm of Frontline Missions International. NEXT assists serious Gospel risk-takers as they explore long-term, cross-cultural Gospel ministry through field experiences, mentoring, training, language acquisition, and professional development.

 

Dispatches from the Front

Episode 8 now available

Dispatches from the Front highlights the marvelous extent, diversity, and unity of Christ’s Kingdom in our world. The journal format of each film underscores the daily unfolding of God’s activity on the “frontlines,” bringing viewers up-close with sights and sounds from distant corners of the Kingdom.

Tim Keesee's Blog

Journey

JOURNEY is the online home of Tim Keesee and is a place to share stories from the road and from where there are no roads. JOURNEY showcases Gospel advance, connects readers with the adventure of following Christ, and shares the joy of finding treasure in unreached fields.


We believe that the sixty-six books of the Holy Scriptures are verbally inspired and inerrant; that both the historical and miraculous elements of Scripture truly occurred; that our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is truly God and truly man; that He is the eternal Son of God who took on Himself human nature that He might die for the sins of mankind and rise again from the dead; that the shedding of His blood on the cross was the atonement that can save people from their sins; that everyone who believes in Him receives the new birth by the grace of God; that believers will have eternal life in a literal heaven and unbelievers will suffer in a literal hell; and that the Lord Jesus Christ will come again to rule as an eternal King.