About AFM

AFM’s Director is a member of the Anglican Communion’s Evangelism and Church Planting Initiative Task Force

AFM is a mission organization that seeks to plant viable, biblically-based, indigenous churches in areas of the world where there is very little Christian presence, in areas of North Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and even some ethnic communities in the United States.

We partner with members of the Anglican Communion from around the world for this endeavor. There are approximately 104 million Anglicans in the world.* AFM’s role is to serve as a catalyst to provinces, dioceses, churches, and individuals so that the Gospel extends to all.

Also, we work together with other organizations, denominations, and Christian groups who share our biblical values and strategic vision to see the Good News rooted in hearts and minds of peoples who have limited, or no, access to the Gospel.

As an independent, not-for-profit organization registered by the Internal Revenue Service as 501(c).  AFM receives tax-deductible donations from churches and individuals.

*D. Barrett & J. Linnell (2008), “Latest Statistics for Global Growth of Anglicanism 1676-2008,” Lambeth Conference, UK. Unpublished.

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