This is an article from the March-April 2002 issue: Putting Church on the Back of a Camel



The purpose of writing you is to acknowledge all the Mission Frontiers magazines you’ve been sending to us from time to time. They are won­derful gifts and a blessing indeed. It has really helped us in our ministry tremendously and also assisted us in world vision. No one is an island on his own. May the Lord continue to bless and increase the work you are doing for Him and His kingdom (ac­cording to Psalm 90:17). Amen.

Your last edition of the magazine, titled “The Many Faces of Islam,” is superb. We are using some of the articles in our ministry magazine to bless many lives also. Thank you for the work well done, and God bless.

We are sending our own contribu­tion very soon as God enables us. We hope to receive more Mission Frontiers from you.

Yours in His service, Evangelist Yinka Fadayomi

Thank you for the December 2001 edition of Mission Frontiers maga­zine.  It is really helpful because I will be reaching the Muslims in [a North African country] when the time comes. I am presently a missionary with [a non-Western mission agency].  May the Lord increase your strength, and may the wall of this “Jericho” fall.

Yours, D.A.

Your magazine is wonderful and very helpful to me and for my ministry. Kindly send it regularly. If I could do something for you from my point of view as a Pakistani evangelist, write me or ask me. It will be a pleasure for me. Thanks so much. God bless!

In His service,
Rev. N.M., Pakistan

Every time your parcel of Mission Frontiers arrives at the Cape Town Baptist Seminary (formerly Baptist Theological College, Cape Town) our students are excited to receive them. This last edition on Islam is especially relevant to us, as Cape Town has the largest concentration of Muslims in South Africa. We hear the calls of the imams regularly at our seminary. Many of our students are involved in ministry to Muslims. God bless you all in your wonderful work.

Kevin Roy (lecturer in Missions, History and Doctrine)

I want to really thank you for send­ing me Mission Frontiers for these two years.  It has been a blessing to my life and ministry and has also changed my perception and concept of ministry. We have shared some of this with pastors in Mozambique and put issues of MF in our library for people to read. God bless you richly.

Pastor Duncan Nyozani Migowi, Malawi

Words cannot express the thanksgiv­ing in my heart for the wealth of effort and knowledge that you’ve placed in the December 2001 issue of Mission Frontiers ... Recently I had no problem (thank you, Holy Spirit) making the deci­sion to put forth the effort to learn what I could about the history and beliefs of [Muslims]. No sooner had I gotten deep into this study when your issue graced our mailbox. What a blessing!... Bob Blincoe’s article was especially enlighten­ing and concise. Thanks so much!

Dick Brush Mobile, Alabama


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