Global discipleship for a changing world


The vision of AFM is to plant biblically-based, indigenous churches where 'the church is not', among the 2 billion people and 6,000+ unreached people groups still waiting to hear the Gospel for the very first time.

Partnering with members of the world-wide Anglican Communion and other Christians who live near or among unreached peoples, AFM equips and sends short-term, mid-term, and long-term missionaries. AFM missionaries adopt the ways of indigenous cultures and embrace mutually beneficial collaborative relationships to spread the Gospel.

You can watch a short introduction to AFM by founding director Canon Tad de Bordenave here

Mission Field
The unseen 1/4th of the world's population living in Asia, The Middle East, and Africa—the 25% of the world with no geographical and/or cultural access to church.

Our Values

Prayerful: We fervently look to the Lord in prayer for our discernment, direction, and decisions
Indigenous: We respect and appropriately adopt the ways of indigenous cultures

Collaborative: We value mutually beneficial collaboration among Christians in the Global North and Global South for achieving our mission

Strategic: We apply the strategy coordinator model to church planting among unreached people groups
Transparent: We will speak the truth in love and avoid gossip, manipulation, and slander as we communicate with our workers, supporters and unreached people groups

Evaluative: We will evaluate our personnel, policies, and practices for God’s glory

For More Information
Email: [email protected]
Telephone Number: +1 804 355 8468

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