New Name. New Look. Same Heart for the Unreached.
Over the last few years, we have given much prayer and consideration to how we can position ourselves to best serve the frontier mission movement in this new season of ministry following the passing of our founder, Ralph Winter.
We became convinced it was time to find fresh ways to represent the faith that was a part of the founding of the U.S. Center for World Mission and the new things God is doing in our midst.
We spent several months going through a systematic discovery process, seeking to extract the best of our 40-year legacy and combine it with our desire for greater collaboration and innovation and then repackaged it in a way we felt was more relevant for today.
What was once known as the U.S. Center for World Mission and the Frontier Mission Fellowship will now be known as Frontier Ventures.
While our name and look has changed, our mission and passion to catalyze breakthroughs among the remaining unreached people groups of the world has not. We are more convinced than ever that the unreached peoples must continue to be our primary focus and must become a greater priority within the body of Christ.
We have also named our Pasadena campus the Venture Center to signify the kind of faith and entrepreneurial passion we desire to see on the campus in increasing measure in the years to come.
We believe in the power of collaboration and are excited to see the campus become a place wholly devoted to Kingdom collaboration and the cause of the unreached. Our regional centers, both in the U.S. and globally, share in the same spirit.
We are excited about what God is doing in our midst and in the world today.
We hope you'll keep us in your prayers in the days to come as we seek to catalyze Kingdom breakthroughs among the unreached through our family of ministries, collaborative partnerships and new ventures.
Please read the press release above to learn more.