With field offices across the country, from coast to coast, PFF Associate Directors are available to all Presbyterian congregations in the USA. We would welcome the opportunity to work with your congregation to help you get involved in establishing indigenous churches among unreached people groups.
Associate Directors are available to meet with pastors, sessions, mission committees, women’s, men’s, or youth groups, to lead mission retreats, to provide minutes for mission or bring the sermon to a congregation. Each Associate Director brings in-depth knowledge, passion, and unique life experiences to the team from their varied and rich backgrounds in mission.
Specific PFF activities that churches have found particularly valuable include being introduced to particular frontier mission ministries. We can also help you link with other Presbyterian congregations in a network of prayer and other support for or with a specific people group.
In addition PFF staff work to find new places for Presbyterians to be involved in frontier mission. Sometimes we come alongside work congregations have begun, to help them understand the resources available to them that can make them more effective.
We hope you will prayerfully consider using the Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship as a resource in creating or enhancing your church’s Frontier Mission Vision – a vision that will help take the Gospel Message to all people groups in the world.