Would You Pray for the Largest Frontier People Group
A Frontier People Group (FPG) refers to a specific category of unreached communities with limited or no access to the good news of Jesus Christ (the Gospel) and minimal Christian presence. These groups are often located in remote or challenging-to-reach areas, characterized by cultural, linguistic, or geographic barriers. In a series for The Multiplier newsletter, Global Marketplace Multipliers (GMM) has focused on FPGs with populations exceeding 10 million. The term “frontier” denotes these groups as residing in the forefront of global missions, where the Gospel has yet to make significant inroads, and where the local church is largely absent. These groups possess distinct languages, cultures, and social structures, posing challenges for conventional missionary approaches.
*The term “Frontier People Group” was first coined by the Joshua Project.