Partnerships & Affiliations
Adventist Frontier Missions Society (AFMS) seeks to work in close cooperation with the Seventh-day Adventist Church and other organizations to reach unreached peoples.
We begin a project only after first receiving an invitation from the Adventist Church in that part of the world and signing an agreement with them. We have signed agreements with every world division of the Adventist Church. These agreements list specific areas of cooperation, mutual support and collaboration in outreach.
AFMS has sister organizations in the United States and South Africa, and is currently working toward expanding in Great Britain and Southeast Asia.
- Adventist Frontier Missions (AFM)
P.O. Box 286
Berrien Springs, MI 49103
Board of Directors: Steve Fisher – Chairman, Bruce Bauer – Vice Chairman, Conrad Vine – AFM President, Ann Gibson, Rick McEdward, Tom Mullen, Dwight Nelson, Paul Stokstad
- Adventist Frontier Missions-South Africa Trust (AFM-SAT) in South Africa
Board of Directors: Conrad Vine – Chair, Sinisa Milovanovic – Treasurer, Heino Torlage – Director, Bruce Bauer, Marc Coleman, Laurence Burn, Pamela Petersen
- Adventist Frontier Missions Brazil in Brazil.
Estr. Mun. Pastor Walter Boger, S/N – Lagoa Bonita I, Eng. Coelho – SP, 13445-970
Phone: (55) 19 9977 3698
President: Diogo Santos
- Adventist Frontier Missions Europe
- Adventist Frontier Missions Korea
We have partnered with Abundant Life (ABL), a South African mission organization that equips young people to take the word of God to the streets and into the homes of “every tongue, kindred and nation.” Abundant Life will support and help establish the our presence in South Africa (known as AFM South Africa Trust) and also create a support team to train and equip missionaries that want to serve the unreached in the world. If you would like to know more about ABL, visit the Abundant Life website.
We has an agreement with Gospel Outreach and the Adventist Church to reach the displaced Tibetans of northern India. Gospel Outreach is dedicated to extending the international ministry of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in what’s known as the 10/40 Window of the world. It raises funds for local evangelists in some of the world’s poorest countries.