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 event 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.

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.


October 25-26, 2019

Hope Point Church, Spartanburg, SC

Check back for more information—registration coming soon.



FX / Build, 2017

October 13-14, 2017
Lakeshore Baptist Church in Grand Haven, MI

General Session Speakers

Tim Keesee, Executive Director at Frontline Missions International
Ben Ebner, COO and Director of Mobilization at Frontline Missions International

FX/Build is open to both men and women. Visit the conference website for pricing, registration, and more information.

FX: Minneapolis, 2016

October 13-15, 2016

Bethlehem Baptist Church in Minneapolis, MN

General Session Speakers

John Piper, Founder/Teacher of desiringGod.org, Chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary

Tim Keesee, Executive Director of Frontline Missions International
"Look Upon Their Threats" (Acts 4:23-31)

JD Crowley, Pioneer missionary and linguist in Cambodia
"Check It Off The List; What Acts 1:8 Really Means"
"Animism: The World's Default Religion"

JD Crowley & Andrew Naselli, Assistant Professor of New Testament & Theology at Bethlehem College & Seminary
"The Conscience and Cross-Cultural Missions"

Breakout Session Speakers

Jason DeRouchie, Professor of Old Testament and Biblical Theology at Bethlehem College & Seminary
"Sympathy Is No Substitute for Action: Mercy on Mission"

Ben Ebner, Director of Mobilization at Frontline Missions International
"What's NEXT? Preparing for Gospel Work in the World's Difficult Places"

J.F., Country Director in Southeast Asia for Frontline Missions International
"Business as Mission: A Fact Check"

M.H., Country Director in East Asia for Frontline Missions International
"Shoulder to Shoulder: The Power of Partnership"

Tim Keesee & John H., Field Director for Former Soviet Republics at Frontline Missions International
"No Easy Answers: Trusting God on a Journey of Faith and Risk"

Allan Sherer, Missions Pastor at North Hills Community Church (Taylors, SC)
"Bridging the Gap: Sharing Your Faith In a Way That Is Understood"