mission frontiers

1) Free Cases of Mission Frontiers on Starting Movements

MF-Mar-Apr_2014-CoverThe upcoming Mar/Apr Mission Frontiers features five case studies of sending-base churches applying biblical movement principles to equip their members as “church-planting” missionaries to their families, relational networks and communities. This is a huge step in equipping and engaging local church members in evangelism, discipleship and church-planting, in reaching the internationals in our midst, and in preparing future missionaries to the unreached.

For those who would like to help get these into the hands of pastors and Christian leaders, a generous donor has arranged to offer 60 free cases shipped from the printer in late February to U.S. addresses (100 copies per case=a $400 value). Any surplus will be available mid-March, shipped in boxes of 60.

Preview the issue at


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2) Final Days for Mission Frontiers Offer

missionfrontiers2We all come to scripture with our own cultural lenses. But the Bible was written in cultures where honor, community and purity were deeper concerns than innocence, the gospel also effectively addresses shame, estrangement and defilement. Because these facets of the gospel are not our primary concern, we read our Bibles without seeing the rich honor/shame dynamics in almost every Bible story. Thus evangelism has more often focused on teaching people to understand their guilt (to appreciate the Western gospel emphasis) than on starting with how the gospel addresses people’s native concerns.

The Jan/Feb 2015 issue of Mission Frontiers delves into this topic with articles by top authors on these subjects, like Jayson Georges and Werner Mischke. What does all this mean? — that your reading of the Bible might be greatly enriched, and that global outreach can be greatly empowered based on what we experience there. For those wanting to share this insight within their network, 5,000 extra copies of this issue are being printed to be available through the link below for a suggested donation of $80 per case of 80 (75% off the subscription price).


A 60% pre-publication discount on The Global Gospel has also been extended to Dec 12th:


Feel free to share these offers with interested friends.

1) Special Mission Frontiers Issue

praying Many Muslims have shown increasing openness to the gospel since 9/11, and the next issue of Mission Frontiers (MF, from the US Center for World Mission) is designed as a catalyst toward welcoming into God’s Kingdom many of the one fourth of the world which identifies itself as Muslim. The Jul/Aug 2013 issue of Mission Frontiers aims at motivating and equipping local Christians to launch disciple-making movements among their own Muslim neighbors, under the Holy Spirit’s empowering through the application of field-tested models of effective Muslim ministry.

The preview and advance quantity request option for the Jul/Aug issue is past, but you can still preview the contents at http://theMissionNetwork.org/start-movements

Please watch for the release of the full magazine on July 1st on the Mission Frontiers site: http://MissionFrontiers.org

3) Brief Free Quantity Offer for the Jul/Aug Mission Frontiers —

The next (Jul/Aug 2011) issue of Mission Frontiers (MF) will explore successful church-based models for addressing the roots of poverty while strengthening Church Planting Movements. Review the main content here:




(Note: If you can’t access this link, email

RobbyQButleratgmaildotcom to receive the file as an attachment.)


To engage your help in broadening MF’s audience, MF is offering free multiples of 50 copies, drop-shipped from the printer to your U.S.

address at MF’s expense. All they ask is that you invite those interested to pick up a copy (rather than handing them out indiscriminately). To request your free quantity, email


RobbyQButleratgmaildotcom NO LATER THAN Sunday, 6/19, with your:


– name

– U.S. Mailing Address (no P.O. boxes)

– desired Quantity (multiple of 50)

– brief description of your sphere of influence, and

– summary of the kind of people to whom you will offer this issue.

5) Free review copies of great books courtesy of Mission Frontiers —

In exchange for your on-line review posted within two months of the books arrival at your doorstep, the current (May/June) issue of Mission Frontiers offers a limited quantity of four great books shipped to your U.S. address:

– David Platt’s new “Radical Together,”

– Carl Medearis’ “Speaking of Jesus,”

– Steve Hawthorne’s “Prayerwalking,” and

– Patrick O’Connor’s “Reproducible Pastoral Training.”


Get these free books before they are gone, from http://MissionFrontiers.org/promo


While you’re there, check out the current issue of MF, on “Jesus Movements,”

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