If he embraces the Savior, others in the community will likely follow in his footsteps.
On the first day of the Islamic month of Ramadan, over one billion men, women, and children wake up to find their daily routines altered.
Many Muslims live in profound fear of evil that comes from the spirit world. Join in praying for their freedom from fear.
After 30 years of service in the Muslim world, a Frontiers field worker looks back on God’s faithfulness despite seasons of disappointment.
Have you ever wondered why God wants us to pray?
“This was a crash course in discipleship.” “It felt like we were living out the Acts of the Apostles.”
But we must still send and go to the least-reached places.
This is just one example of many where we can use business to openly talk about Jesus.
Jesus is working through ordinary men and women to reclaim the workplace
We insist on teams because we believe God uses them for his work to be accomplished and we find the concept of teamwork throughout scripture.
In Frontiers we’re thankful for each of our 275 teams living and working across the Muslim world.
Meet Generation M: the young, affluent Muslims changing the world
Do we have a strange dilemma this Christmas? On the one hand we’re celebrating the coming of the Saviour – the Prince of Peace.
In her inspiring book, author Kate McCord takes us on a journey through her years living as a single woman embedded in rural Afghan villages.
Brian and Jeleta were working for Frontiers in Egypt. Matt from our RAW Mission podcast, interviewed them about one particularly challenging time:
A nice February break in Turkey led to my wife and I being shaken from our bed at 4.15am as one of the most devastating modern earthquakes hit the region where we were staying.
When our family headed off to the field and waved goodbye to our parents and siblings at Heathrow airport we were excitedly stepping into an adventure.
Wednesday 4th SeptemberUrban poorIn contrast with the wealthy lives of some in urban areas, are those living in the Muslim ghettoes of Gujarat.Ghettoes might give the ide...