The Frontier partners model
How we help
We serve in regions where people are suffering from man-made and natural disasters to bring help and hope through compassionate relief. Our first priority is meeting immediate needs and bringing relief after a disaster occurs.
After immediate needs are met, we transition to long-term development helping individuals transform their communities from poverty and sickness into healthy, self-sustaining communities. Our method teaches communities to identify, prioritize, and resolve their problems with locally available resources. It is our plan to achieve this goal in 3 to 5 years then exit the community.
Through Biblical leadership training, with minimal cultural impact, we strengthen and encourage the Believers to, within their cultural context, interpret and understand the scripture, raise up righteous leaders, and form Biblical and effective leadership structures.
We hold a high value on partnership.
Local team: We build partnerships with trusted nationals, usually from that area, to take lead on the projects and be responsible for engaging the communities we are helping throughout the relief and development phases.
Other organizations: All crises outstrip the capacity of any single organization and no one organization can address all the needs of a community. We partner with other organizations to accomplish our mission.
We engage in regions where Christians and other minorities are persecuted, enslaved, and killed because of their faith, race, and tribe.
We come alongside to assist through education, peacemaking, and working with local and national governments to bring protection, peace, and freedom.