The Frontline Experience is preparing the next generation of Gospel risk-takers to serve and stay in some of the world's most difficult places.
Over 2 billion people have no access to the Gospel, and most of them can’t be reached by those with “missionary” stamped in their visa. Frontline Missions International has developed a training and orientation program that will 1) help men and women begin to explore ways in which they can serve Christ in restricted-access countries and 2) serve local churches that are serious about addressing the Unfinished Task of taking the Gospel to people who have yet to hear.
The Frontline Experience (FX) conferences help answer some key questions: How will they be reached? Why should I go? How do I get there?
Sessions are taught by experienced pioneer missionaries, authors, educators, and advocates with specialties in areas such as culture, linguistics, and cross-cultural engagement.
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These short-term field opportunities are designed to provide a realistic next step for those exploring long-term Gospel ministry in restricted-access countries. Experienced field personnel will mentor and guide participants to a greater awareness of strengths and weaknesses. Immersion in practical missionary experiences will replace romanticism with the realism involved in working in an environment often hostile to the Gospel. BASECAMP will nurture Gospel-centered humility, a deep respect for indigenous brothers and sisters, and encourage bold, Spirit-enabled audacity in the Kingdom’s advance. BASECAMP sharpens the participants awareness of the skills needed to serve long-term in a country closed to traditional missions.
These field opportunities, which range from 1-3 years, are like grad school for cross-cultural Gospel workers. Participants pursue their professions to sharpen their skills, broaden their experience, and develop their leadership under veteran mentors on the field. During SUMMIT, participants will have the opportunity to research long-term location, support strategy, and language acquisition with the guidance of FMI staff.