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Biblical Peacemaking

Join us for a webinar where we'll explore the practice of biblical peacemaking and why it's needed on the field.

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On any team there’s bound to be conflict. The question is: “Do we seek to resolve it?”

Jesus has a lot to say about forgiveness and peacemaking. For example:

  • “Love your enemies” (Matthew 5:44)

  • “I do not say to you seven times, but [forgive] seventy-seven times.” (Matthew 18:22)

  • “If your brother has something against you… first be reconciled to your brother” (Matthew 5:23-24)

  • “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God” (Matthew 5:9)

But how many of us have been taught to do this well?

In this webinar, we’ll hear from Mark K. as he teaches about biblical peacemaking and why it’s needed on the field. Mark has been with Frontiers since 2008, serving as a Field-Prep Coach, the Associate Director of the Church Based Teams department, and as a resident expert in conflict resolution.

Mark also formerly served as an Adjunct Professor of Missions at Arizona Christian University, has obtained a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Arizona as well as an M. Div. From Phoenix Seminary. However, his greatest classroom has been his travels throughout the world!

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Conflict and misunderstandings are bound to happen, but we have a choice in how we respond.

We can choose to be people who ignore them, or we can choose to be people who do the hard work of pursuing peace!

Who We Are

Frontiers is working to fulfill the Great Commission by making disciples among Muslim peoples who don’t know the saving message of Jesus Christ.

Our global priorities focus on the peoples and places with the least access to the Gospel. To this end, we work to recruit, train, and send teams of workers to live in Muslim communities and bring Christ’s message to those who have yet to hear it.