After 35 years of frontier mission ministry, Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship (PFF) announces its rebranding as Frontier Fellowship, effective January 3, 2017.
The purpose behind the new name and brand reflects Frontier Fellowship’s desire to respond to new opportunities and engage more effectively with a broader audience, both denominationally and generationally. Executive Director Richard Haney writes,
“In remembering our history, we give thanks to God for the rich soil of Presbyterian missions in which our ministry has flourished. We honor the strong legacy of frontier mission pioneers who have paved the way for us. And as we look to the future, God has given us fresh vision to go wider, younger, further and deeper. Frontier Fellowship goes forward with renewed passion to build a fellowship of disciples to work with indigenous partners and open up avenues for all people to access God’s Good News of Jesus and His love for them.”
The organization remains committed to its core purpose: For every people, an indigenous church; for every church, a mission vision. As Frontier Fellowship continues to advocate on behalf of those without access to the holistic transformation of the Gospel message, it seeks to inspire and equip the western Church for deeper frontier mission engagement through new communication initiatives and tools.
Frontier Fellowship is currently served by regional staff across the US and a national office in Richfield, Minnesota. Ongoing partnerships and projects operate through long-term, collaborative relationships in Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, South Asia and Europe. To learn more, please visit frontierfellowship.com.