“…we look not at what can be seen but at what cannot be seen; for what can be seen is temporary, but what cannot be seen is eternal.” —2 Corinthians 4:18
Vision can be defined in a few ways: the faculty or state of being able to see; an experience of seeing someone or something in a dream; the ability to think about or plan the future with imagination or wisdom. Each of these types of vision plays an important role in frontier mission.
Least-reached peoples sometimes encounter Jesus for the first time through acts of healing power. Frontier Fellowship’s partners in Asia report that some blind people have received physical sight when they’ve prayed for healing in Jesus’s name.
Other times, least-reached peoples first meet Jesus in a dream or vision. A Muslim man in the Middle East was approached in a dream by a man in white beckoning him to follow. The man reached out to one of our partners to inquire about the meaning of this vision, and our partner had the opportunity to share more with him about Jesus.
Most often, least-reached peoples encounter Jesus through the faithful, persistent witness of the global Church. Driven by a strong vision for frontier mission, Christians worldwide are following Jesus to the ends of the earth to make the Good News of God’s Kingdom known. How is God calling you?
Frontier Fellowship has developed many resources that provide opportunities to engage more deeply with God’s mission to least-reached peoples around the world. Using these or other resources, ask God to expand your vision for the frontier.