Jesus gave us a commission:
Make disciples of all the nations.
In North Africa, less than 0.5% of people know His name. If we claim to follow Christ, we need to be part of fulfilling the Great Commission here. But, it’s going to take an unconventional approach to missions. And it’s going to take your help.
FMI’s plan includes raising $150,000 for the FMI Global Missions Fund to recruit, train, deploy, and support the work of two multicultural, multigenerational, and multi-country church-planting teams (4-6 people per team) in North Africa.
Unlike some traditional missionaries, these workers will operate in Business As Mission capacities, demonstrate language acquisition skills, and—for many—come from a non-Western culture, which will allow them to better connect amid majority Muslim neighbors.