Frontline Fellowship was born in prayer. The vision for our mission - to assist persecuted churches, evangelising in war zones, serving in restricted-access areas - grew out of the daily Bible study and prayer meeting which I led during my time of military service. For two years we met, almost every night, in prayer chains. Often our Bible study and prayer meetings lasted for three, four or five hours at a time.
It was while praying through the Operation World Intercessory Handbook, on an all-night prayer chain, that the Lord impressed upon my heart what Patrick Johnstone had written about Mozambique: That Mozambique was the least evangelised country in the Southern Hemisphere and that there was less than one Bible for every thousand people in that Marxist nation.
Something stirred deeply within me, and my heart leapt at the challenge. There on my knees at the front of the chapel in our military base, I knew that God was calling me to. . .click here to read full PDF article