THE FRONTIER journal
NEWS + STORIES FROM THE MINISTRY OF FRONTIER FELLOWSHIP
MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR PAGE 2
RECOMMENDED READING: PARTNERSHIP PAGE 11
PARTNER HIGHLIGHTS PAGE 14
THE PARTNERSHIP JOURNEY PAGE 4
MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR RICHARD HANEY
The concept of partnership today rides high on the crest of a giant wave in mission thinking and practice. One reason is an understandable response to episodes in mission history reflecting colonialism and unhealthy dependency patterns. Power and resource imbalances in mission alliances cry out for better efforts to express mutuality and partnership. Healthy partnerships are preferred over simply funding projects. A higher order reason for emphasizing partnership is sound Biblical theology. The triune God of the Bible might be described as a three-in-one partnership— Father, Son and Holy Spirit working together in a fellowship of unity. Missionary and author Sherron George asserts, “Partnership is a fundamental dynamic of the triune missionary God of love who is, acts, and relates in mutual partnership in sending the Son, the Spirit, and the church into the world as instruments of God’s saving mission.” Frontier Fellowship invites congregations to join us in God’s mission on the frontier. We believe partnership is the key to opening Gospel access for all peoples, so we’ve made it a priority to cultivate deep, intentional relationships with indigenous frontier ministries around the globe. To these friends on the frontier, we promise to: • Come alongside indigenous ministry leaders • Take time to understand their ministry context and culture • Walk with them in mutual trust and respect • Listen, support and help as they grow in frontier ministry • Help them fulfill their mission • Help them share their story to our wider network This edition of The Frontier Journal focuses on our partnerships with indigenous frontier ministries and how these friendships benefit the Kingdom and those on the frontier. You’ll read more about how we find and cultivate these partnerships in the feature article beginning on page 4. Thank you for joining us as we commit to caring for and learning from our indigenous partners around the world!
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THE PARTNERSHIP JOURNEY FRONTIER FELLOWSHIP TEAM
FRONTIER FELLOWSHIP INVITES BELIEVING COMMUNITIES TO ENGAGE PEOPLE GROUPS WHERE THE GOOD NEWS OF JESUS IS NOT YET KNOWN. PARTNERSHIP IS AT THE CORE OF ALL WE DO. WE BELIEVE THAT WHEN FOLLOWERS OF JESUS ARE CONNECTED WITH TRUSTED INDIGENOUS LEADERS ON THE FRONTIER, GOD’S SPIRIT INFUSES THESE PURPOSEFUL RELATIONSHIPS WITH A SYNERGY THAT LEADS TO GOSPEL ACCESS FOR LEAST-REACHED PEOPLES.
+++ In today’s world, the majority of Christians now live in the Global South (Africa, Asia and Latin America). Many live in close geographical and cultural proximity to leastreached people groups and are eager to share the Gospel with their near neighbors. Christians who live at a distance from the frontier regions of the world often possess the majority of the world’s mission resources—training materials, professional expertise, finances and more. Frontier Fellowship’s purpose and passion is to identify, encourage and connect these friends. WE BELIEVE THAT COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIPS ARE THE KEY TO ACCOMPLISHING GOD’S MISSION AND REACHING THE 2+ BILLION PEOPLE STILL WAITING TO HEAR THE GOOD NEWS. Simply defined, a partnership is two or more parties who commit to work together on a common task or goal. A frontier mission partnership involves Christlike submission to one another, mutual giving and receiving and saturation in prayer. Partnership is founded on the belief that God’s desire for the world is greater than what any one person, denomination or culture can comprehend on its own. We need one another as members of the global Body of Christ to more fully grasp the length, width, height and depth of God’s love for the world (Ephesians 3:18) and to better envision how to communicate the Gospel within the cultural contexts of every people group. With 40+ years of frontier mission ministry experience, Frontier Fellowship has had ample opportunity to hone our skills frontier mission partnership development. While same, we have observed that the healthiest, partnerships share some common characteristics. (continued on page 6)
and excel as practitioners in no two partnerships are the most vibrant and sustainable Here is what we have learned:
SEEKING + FINDING INDIGENOUS PARTNERS Pray! Partnership development begins, continues and ends in conversation and communion with God and one another through prayer. We rely on God to lead us to a particular region, people group or ministry focus. Frontier Fellowship’s family of friends, ministry partners and potential indigenous partners join us in prayer. We begin every new partnership initiative by asking God these questions: “LORD, WHAT ARE YOU DOING ON THE WORLD’S FRONTIERS? WHERE ARE THE PLACES YOU WANT US TO GO, WHERE OUR COMING ALONGSIDE INDIGENOUS LEADERS WOULD SERVE STRATEGIC KINGDOM PURPOSES AND HAVE THE MOST SIGNIFICANT IMPACT?” Follow the lines of relationship. We look around to the networks God has already given us through our team of widely-connected mobilizers—people we’ve met through consultations, conferences, friendships, travel and ministry networks with whom we share a common vision and passion for the frontier. We believe God has already been laying the groundwork for new partnerships long before we ask and have noticed time and again that vibrant partnerships grow organically through natural networks. Practice humility. We ask God to show us what we are unable to see or understand in a new cross-cultural setting. We are spiritually and culturally blind as newcomers and need reliable partners and the wisdom of the Holy Spirit to help us interpret our experience and reveal what is true in any given situation. Show respect. When entering a new country or region for the first time, we know that God’s Spirit has already been at work. We want to learn from Christians who were there before us, doing their work and practicing their faith in years past.
WE TAKE TIME TO LISTEN TO THEIR HISTORY, APPRECIATING AND HONORING GOD’S WORK THROUGH THEM. WE DON’T GO WITH AN AGENDA BUT ARE EAGER TO LISTEN, LEARN AND DISCERN TOGETHER THE WAYS GOD MIGHT BE INVITING US TO PARTICIPATE IN WHAT HE IS ALREADY DOING. Cooperate. In the spirit of Philippians 2, our mobilizers make every effort to empty themselves of any pride in denominational affiliations and worldview. We seek and practice cooperation from the beginning of the discovery process. We must work together—the whole, cooperative and healthy Body of Christ is needed to establish Christian communities in frontier areas. Prioritize relationships before resources. When financial concerns are the primary motivation for connection, relationships can quickly become imbalanced and unhealthy. We believe partnerships are so much more than transactional exchanges of money and resources. We seek potential partners who prioritize a careful process of mutual discernment in partnership formation, rather than a rush to resource needs. In this process both parties are able to demonstrate their unique gifts and calling as well as a degree of stability, strength and experience in ministry. Placing relationships and a shared vision at the center of a partnership allows for material and financial concerns to be addressed in healthy ways that foster sustainability. Meet a wide variety of people. Healthy intercultural partnerships involve more than an exclusive connection between two organizations. They are collaborative, involving relationships with respected and committed followers of Jesus throughout a region. The wisdom and support of multiple local ministry friends is a vital aspect of the discernment process for everyone involved in new partnership development. At times, (continued on page 9)
“DO NOTHING FROM SELFISH AMBITION OR CONCEIT, BUT IN HUMILITY REGARD OTHERS AS BETTER THAN YOURSELVES. LET EACH OF YOU LOOK NOT TO YOUR OWN INTERESTS, BUT TO THE INTERESTS OF OTHERS. LET THE SAME MIND BE IN YOU THAT WAS IN CHRIST JESUS…”
—PHILIPPIANS 2:3-5 (NRSV) page 8
and for a variety of reasons, some relationships in a region might not develop into formal partnerships, while others emerge as fruitful long-term connections. Having a wide variety of relationships in a region allows both us and our potential partners ample opportunity to find the best ministry fits to make an impact on the frontier. GROWING FROM RELATIONSHIP TO PARTNERSHIP Take time. Partnerships emerge organically out of relationships, and there are no shortcuts to deep, lasting, Spirit-filled friendships on the frontier. All parties in a potential partnership need ample time to pray, discern and navigate honest conversations together about money, power dynamics, accountability and more. We patiently cultivate and nurture relationships and eagerly wait to see how friendships form and develop. Visit often. This is the best way to get to know one another very well. Pandemic aside, we typically visit partners in their region at least annually, and more often if we can. We often invite others to join us in these early stages of partnership development to help us discern, and to grow and learn alongside us. Learning + sharing together leads to joint effort. Partnerships must be mutual if they are to thrive. We have so much to learn from one another, and so much to gain when we welcome one another’s wisdom, perspective and experience. Our Egyptian friends, for example, taught us about prayer. We shared the Perspectives on the World Christian Movement resource with them and helped them get it translated into Arabic. Both ministries have grown more faithful and fruitful as a result of what we have gained from knowing one another. IN LEARNING AND SHARING TOGETHER, WE ALSO EMBODY THE HEALTHY FUNCTIONING OF THE BODY OF CHRIST, WHICH ITSELF IS A VISUAL PROCLAMATION OF THE GOSPEL TO LEAST-REACHED PEOPLES WHO WITNESS THE UNITY, RESPECT, PURPOSE AND CAMARADERIE WE AND OUR PARTNERS SHARE TOGETHER. ESTABLISHING + SUSTAINING PARTNERSHIPS Connect churches with partners. Once a partnership begins to mature and trust has grown, inviting partners to visit churches, conferences and individuals in the US is an important next step. International partners help us grow in Kingdom and frontier vision by showing us the world through their unique cultural lenses. We arrange opportunities for them to preach, teach and share their vision. We invite more people to take vision trips to the partner’s region of the world. We facilitate prayer together and encourage correspondence back and forth between the partner and the church. In all these efforts, hearts are strengthened and minds are broadened when Christians hear and experience firsthand the unique and powerful things God is doing on the frontier. (continued on page 10)
Involve the whole church. Partnerships can be very fragile and short-lived when they are solely dependent upon a pastor or mission committee. When the whole church is invested, partnerships are able to withstand inevitable leadership transitions in the church. We encourage congregations to pray regularly in worship for partners and to share partner updates with the whole congregation. We love facilitating partner visits to youth groups, Sunday school classrooms, small groups and more. Develop networks. Over time, the number of people and churches involved in our frontier work grows. When that happens, it is wise and natural to form a network of those involved in the same region or project. Churches can help each other grow in their passion for frontier mission, as they form community amongst themselves and as they become wiser and more discerning in their involvement with global partners. Share + receive the Good News! The fruit of partnerships is that more and more people hear the Good News of God’s Kingdom and choose to follow Jesus. Partnerships allow us to joyfully participate in God’s great mission to the world and grow more closely knit together as a global, worshiping Church from every nation, tribe, people and language (Rev. 7:9). IN A 24-HOUR NEWS CYCLE SATURATED WITH BAD NEWS, PARTNERSHIPS ALSO PROVIDE A KEY CONDUIT OF GOOD NEWS FOR CHRISTIANS WORLDWIDE TO PROCLAIM: “THOUGH THIS WORLD IS FULL OF TROUBLE, CHRIST IS ALIVE AND GOD IS AT WORK!”
+++ Making a difference on the frontier today requires the multiplication of frontier vision through collaborative partnerships. As you have read, the development of healthy partnerships is a complex and nuanced endeavor. Our global partners and church friends agree that the key to successful partnerships is having support from a skilled and experienced agency. This is the heartbeat of Frontier Fellowship’s work, and we are eager to help you take the next steps of engagement, that all peoples may soon hear and receive the Good News of God’s Kingdom.
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RECOMMENDED READING: PARTNERSHIP THIS LIST INCLUDES BOOKS, ARTICLES + RESOURCES FROM A VARIETY OF PERSPECTIVES, COMPILED TO HELP YOU DEEPEN YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF FRONTIER MISSION PARTNERSHIPS. CALLED AS PARTNERS IN CHRIST’S SERVICE: THE PRACTICE OF GOD’S MISSION SHERRON KAY GEORGE CROSS-CULTURAL PARTNERSHIPS: NAVIGATING THE COMPLEXITIES OF MONEY AND MISSION MARY T. LEDERLEITNER DEGREES OF PARTNERSHIP MISSIOGRAPHIC BY MISSIO NEXUS ACCESS ONLINE AT MISSIONEXUS.ORG/DEGREES-OF-PARTNERSHIP FAITHFUL FRIENDSHIPS DANA L. ROBERT POWER + PARTNERSHIP KNUT EDVARD LARSEN + KNUD JØRGENSEN, EDITORS PRACTICING PARTNERSHIP ARTICLE BY RICHARD HANEY ACCESS ONLINE AT FRONTIERFELLOWSHIP.COM/PRACTICING THE THEOLOGY OF PARTNERSHIP ARTICLE BY CATHY ROSS WELL CONNECTED: RELEASING POWER, RESTORING HOPE THROUGH KINGDOM PARTNERSHIPS PHILL BUTLER
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CULTIVATING PARTNERSHIPS: INDONESIA When Mission Advocate Bob Von Schimmelmann joined Frontier Fellowship’s staff, he brought with him a passion for Indonesia—the nation with the world’s largest Muslim population. His passion, combined with Frontier Fellowship’s vision to reach new frontier regions with Gospel access, led us to a wonderful new partnership with Light of the Islands, an indigenous church planting ministry sharing the Gospel among Indonesia’s least-reached people groups. “It started with us praying, asking the Holy Spirit to lead us to people who had similar interests with us in Indonesia,” Bob shared recently. At the time, Frontier Fellowship had no contacts in the region; we needed God’s guidance to lead us to the right people and in the right timing. Bob began attending conferences that focused primarily on Southeast Asia, keeping his ear to the ground for conversations about God’s work among Indonesia’s least-reached peoples. Through a series of networking opportunities, Bob was soon introduced to Indopartners, a US-based ministry serving in Indonesia. Indopartners opened many doors for Bob to meet people who were interested in or already active in ministry among Indonesia's least-reached peoples. The momentum continued to build, and soon Bob—along with Dave Smith and Roy Reed, two frontier-mission-minded friends—headed to Indonesia on a vision trip. While there, they met several indigenous organizations and leaders, each of whom was serving God’s Kingdom in unique and beautiful ways. Bob, Dave and Roy prayed, asking the Holy Spirit to show them which of these new friends might be a good fit for partnership with Frontier Fellowship.
They were encouraged to discover that God’s Spirit was pointing each of them in prayer to the same agency: Light of the Islands (LOTI). They took time to meet with LOTI’s board of directors to learn, fellowship and discern together with them what God might have in store for both us and them. Bob recalls, “It was clear that we shared a vision and synergy for Indonesia’s least-reached peoples, and we were excited to explore moving forward together.” Returning home from the vision trip, Bob was invigorated to continue building on his newfound friendships and relationships with LOTI’s leaders. They remained in steady contact over the weeks and months that followed. After more than a year of conversations, prayer and friendship together, Frontier Fellowship and LOTI sensed God opening the doors for a next step, and the relationship was formalized into a new partnership. In the years we’ve been partnering with LOTI, their ministry has continued to expand and grow. New teams of church planters are regularly being sent out to share the Gospel with Indonesia’s least-reached peoples. Small house churches are being formed with many people who are curious to hear more about Jesus. The partnership remains strong and focused. As Bob prepares to retire, he has been spending time training and equipping Associate Director Bradley Long to take over as Frontier Fellowship’s point of contact for the partnership with LOTI. The two plan to meet soon over Zoom with LOTI’s leadership to continue building on our relationship together. As we collectively trust God’s timing and leading, He is faithful to guide us to indigenous partners doing incredible work on the frontier. These Spirit-infused partnerships are forged in prayer, built on community and lived through shared togetherness—and we are better together because of it! “I FELT LIKE THIS ENTIRE PARTNERSHIP WAS ORCHESTRATED BY THE HOLY SPIRIT. FROM THE BEGINNING, IT WAS STEEPED AND BATHED IN PRAYER BY BOTH FRONTIER FELLOWSHIP AND LIGHT OF THE ISLANDS.” —BOB VON SCHIMMELMANN, MISSION ADVOCATE
PARTNER HIGHLIGHTS I THANK MY GOD EVERY TIME I REMEMBER YOU, CONSTANTLY PRAYING WITH JOY IN EVERY ONE OF MY PRAYERS FOR ALL OF YOU, BECAUSE OF YOUR SHARING IN THE GOSPEL FROM THE FIRST DAY UNTIL NOW. —PHILIPPIANS 1:3-5
AFRICA More than a year has gone by since the beginning of Ethiopia’s civil war, resulting in famine, mass arrests and ethnic violence. Pray for an end to war and for peace to settle throughout the nation. Ask God to bring Good News to the oppressed, liberty to captives and release to prisoners (Isaiah 61:1). Despite ongoing civil war, Light of Hope Ministry Ethiopia is thankful that schools remain open throughout the Oromia region. The Arsi Oromo Bible has been printed in South Korea and is expected to arrive in Ethiopia mid-May. Pray that these Bibles would arrive safely, and that many still waiting to hear the Good News of Jesus would soon receive it and have an opportunity to respond. Our partner in Niger, Eglise Evangélique de la République du Niger, is pleased to report that 16 recent graduates of their Bible college are ready to plant churches in least-reached towns and villages throughout the nation. Pray that these future churches would become flourishing pillars of hope in parts of Niger that currently have no Christian presence. Fifteen Sudanese + South Sudanese men recently completed church planter training school in East Africa. Ask God to provide them many opportunities to share the Good News of Jesus with their least-reached neighbors and communities. Food instability is rampant throughout Africa. Our partners in Ethiopia, Niger, Sudan and South Sudan have all reported food insecurity in their communities. Ask God to provide in abundance for all who hunger.
ASIA Ongoing pandemic concerns in Asia have forced many of our partners to change or cancel plans in their region. Ask God to bless them with creativity and insight to navigate this challenging time with wisdom. Thank God for the ways they have been able to use digital forms of communication to connect with ministry friends and least-reached peoples. The Women's Shelter: City was recently able to open a second shelter location in Central Asia for women and children fleeing domestic violence. They also opened a fourth vocational training center, providing more women opportunities to learn valuable skills. Thank God, and ask Him to guide them as they consider additional shelter locations in their region. The Women's Shelter: Mountains celebrates that they have made it through a grant process to fund their domestic violence prevention program in new villages this year. Pray that this program will bring the hope and healing of Jesus to women and children in crisis. As thousands of Afghan refugees have flooded into their region, Central Asian Youth Outreach has been faithfully working to minister to them—sharing the love of Christ in word and deed. Ask God to bless them in their endeavors.
In Indonesia, Light of the Islands recently welcomed multiple new staff members to their growing team of church planters. These teams are headed out into the many leastreached islands and villages of Indonesia, sharing the Good News of God's Kingdom. Schools in the Sand has been looking for a permanent space in their region of Pakistan to host events, meetings, worship services and prayer. They recently identified an abandoned church that would be ideal for these purposes. Ask God to grant them wisdom and discernment as they seek His guidance. (continued on page 19)
FRONTIER STORY: AMAZON RIVER Albert* and his family began the journey up river to meet with one of the protected tribal villages of the Amazon River basin. A few weeks prior, Albert had spoken to the village chief and shared the Gospel with him. Though no decision was made on the part of the chief, Albert was invited to come and visit the village. Albert, himself an indigenous tribal leader, knew that it was important to bring his family along with him. Family is very important to the indigenous peoples of the basin. As the family approached the tributary that led to the village, they were stopped by the federal police. “You can go no further,” Albert was told. “But I am an indigenous and have a formal invitation,” Albert replied, pulling out the letter of invitation that the chief had signed. “It doesn’t matter,” the policeman said. “You can go no further.” They realized that it was impossible for their journey to continue today. There was no way to get a message to the village, and no one was expecting him on any specific day. Rather than turning back, Albert and his family beached their canoe and hung their sleeping hammocks. The family knelt and prayed—asking God for His leading—and then they waited. The previous day, the village chief had felt a “prompting” to prepare his warriors to go out in full battle garb and head down the tributary trail toward the police compound. He wasn’t quite sure why, but he knew they had to go. As the warriors approached the police compound adorned for battle, they passed the spot where Albert and his family were camped. The police came out to meet them, only to find the whole group sitting with Albert and his family. “They are coming with us back to the village,” the chief told the police commander. Obeying indigenous and tribal laws, the police had no option but to allow Albert and his family to proceed. When they arrived at the village, they had the opportunity to share the Gospel with the whole community. There was such a desire to learn more about Jesus that the chief extended another invitation for Albert and his family to return! Join us in praying for Albert and other Christians worldwide as they faithfully follow Jesus into the world’s least-reached places. Ask God to continue opening physical and spiritual avenues of access to share the Good News with unreached peoples in remote places. *name changed for security
JOIN OUR PRAYER TEAM! As we look to the frontier—the peoples + places still waiting to hear the Good News of Jesus—God invites us to partner with Him in prayer. When we pray, hearts are transformed, closed doors are opened, rigid mindsets become flexible, spiritual obstacles are cleared, insights emerge, creativity flows + the impossible becomes possible. Jesus encourages us to ask anything in His name + expect that He will act (John 14:14). Join us as we boldly pray for His Kingdom to come to every nation, tribe, people + language. As a part of our prayer team, you will receive a monthly prayer update highlighting prayer requests from our global partners + the regions they serve.
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Through the ministry of our South Asia partners, thousands of people have heard the Good News and publicly announced their faith in recent months. Praise God for His faithfulness! Afghan Refugee Academy (ARA), one of our newest partners, is a secondary school for Afghan refugees living in South Asia. Last fall, ARA began hosting a bi-weekly Zoom meeting, allowing a small group of Afghan students to study the Bible together. Eager to grow in their faith, the group is now meeting weekly. Thank God that this group of dedicated followers of Jesus has access both to Scripture and to a community of other Christians.
MIDDLE EAST Frontier Fellowship Associate Directors George and Pamela Pendergrass recently spent more than two months visiting our partners in Egypt and surrounding nations. They had a wonderful time of fellowship and relationship-building as they met with Middle Eastern followers of Jesus from throughout the region. Jossour is working among various people groups in Egypt and neighboring nations, including Nubian, Yemeni, Yazidi, Syrian and Sudanese peoples. Ask God to continue raising up leaders to serve least-reached communities throughout this region, including immigrant and refugee groups. The Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo continues to use the Arabic translation of Perspectives on the World Christian Movement in their seminary curriculum. As a result, many Middle Eastern followers of Jesus are experiencing a new appreciation for God’s desire to reach every nation, tribe, people and language with the Good News.
GLOBAL Some of our partners in Central Asia and Russia have been deeply affected by the war in Ukraine. Join us in praying with them that God would strengthen and embolden the Body of Christ in light of this crisis. Ask the Spirit to unify the Church, keeping existing avenues of Gospel access open and creating new paths for least-reached peoples to hear Good News. Thank God for the recent completion of Perspectives on the World Christian Movement in French. Ask God to open doors for the Perspectives Global team to conduct in-person gatherings to launch this new material in French-speaking African nations and beyond. In Brazil, a group of church planters recently graduated from the Missionary Training Center hosted by our Amazon Outreach ministry friends. They will join other church planters in sharing the Gospel with indigenous tribes in far-reaching villages along the Amazon River. As travel restrictions loosen, our team is prayerfully considering plans to visit global partners. Ask God to bless us with wisdom, discernment and open doors. If you'd like to join us on a vision trip, use the contact information below to inquire about upcoming opportunities.
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