"And thus I aspired to preach the gospel, not where Christ was already named..." Romans 15:20
To preach Jesus where He is not named...In recent decades this apostolic ambition has come to be referred to as frontier missions. It is the missionary labor that often happens within unfamiliar lands and unreached peoples. These workers are pioneers, and these are their stories - stories from the frontier. Right now, scattered throughout some of the hardest and darkest regions of the earth, there are teams of young adults living, praying, learning, and telling those who have never heard about this Jesus whom they love. They are profoundly normal and yet utterly extraordinary. They simply heard Jesus say "go", and knew they had to say "yes".
They are forging into uncharted spiritual territory in order to establish a viable, reproducing witness of the truth of Jesus. The beauty of Jesus, the hope of the end of the age, the truth of the gospel, the necessity of incense, and the reality of sacrifice are so much more than tabs on a website for them. They are actually living out these truths, and these posts are snapshots from that journey. Anonymity must be maintained for security reasons, but all of these words were written by real missionaries living among unreached peoples within the 10/40 window.
Learn from them, pray for them, and maybe you will be inspired to be one of them.