AFM Nepal (24)

Who We Are

AFM is committed to going where the need is greatest, planting indigenous churches among the largest and least evangelized peoples in the world in the 10/40 window. Although 67 generations have come and gone since Jesus' resurrection, over 2 billion people are still unreached. This Unseen 1/4th of the world has no geographic and/or cultural access (or limited access) to the Gospel. AFM mobilizes churches and sends short- and long-term missionaries to do pioneer, frontier missions, to areas where a viable and visible church still does not exist.

Who We Are

AFM is committed to going where the need is greatest, planting indigenous churches among the largest and least evangelized peoples in the world in the 10/40 window. Although 67 generations have come and gone since Jesus' resurrection, over 2 billion people are still unreached. This Unseen 1/4th of the world has no geographic and/or cultural access (or limited access) to the Gospel. AFM mobilizes churches and sends short- and long-term missionaries to do pioneer, frontier missions, to areas where a viable and visible church still does not exist.

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Bottom Dwellers- Who Cares?

Tad de Bordenave

Rationale: Mission work should be looked as an investment. For investments like money, time, opportunity, resources, we look for results. We expect influence, impact, and situations that will make a difference. The same should be true for missions. This is not being cold but realistic. We cannot be expected to cover the world with our […]

Being a Blessing to Refugees

Crossing to Macedonia

Twenty-five years ago, I went to Nepal on my first mission trip. I was moved to learn that Christianity supersedes cultural differences! When I returned to the United States, I took the Perspectives class in World Missions. What an eye-opener for me! During the intervening twenty-five years Genesis 12:2 has challenged me, which I interpret […]

Check Out our Latest Blog Posts

Bottom Dwellers- Who Cares?

Tad de Bordenave

Rationale: Mission work should be looked as an investment. For investments like money, time, opportunity, resources, we look for results. We expect influence, impact, and situations that will make a difference. The same should be true for missions. This is not being cold but realistic. We cannot be expected to cover the world with our […]

Being a Blessing to Refugees

Crossing to Macedonia

Twenty-five years ago, I went to Nepal on my first mission trip. I was moved to learn that Christianity supersedes cultural differences! When I returned to the United States, I took the Perspectives class in World Missions. What an eye-opener for me! During the intervening twenty-five years Genesis 12:2 has challenged me, which I interpret […]

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