Newfrontiers

Newfrontiers

Founders

Terry Virgo

Type

(Registered Charity number: 1060001)

Founded

1990

Headquarters

Brighton, UK

Area served

WorldWide

Slogan

A worldwide family of Churches, Together on a Mission

Website

http://www.newfrontiers.xtn.org

Newfrontiers (previously New Frontiers International) is a neocharismatic apostolic network of evangelical, charismatic churches. It forms part of the British New Church Movement, which began in the late 50s and 60s combining features of Pentecostalism with British evangelicalism.[1] Other streams of the British New Church Movement with which it shares some features include Together, Ministries Without Borders, and Life-Links. Groups like Pioneer, Ichthus Christian Fellowship and Vineyard are more distantly related. Newfrontiers is rapidly growing and claims to have 600 churches in forty nations worldwide.[2] Newfrontiers describes itself as “an international family of churches together on a mission to establish the Kingdom of God by restoring the church, making disciples, training leaders and planting churches.” Its theology is distinctively Reformed. Newfrontiers is committed to building churches according to “New Testament principles.” One of the slogans of the movement has been “changing the expression of Christianity around the world,” which is based on a prophecy given by Paul Cain (the Latter Rain revivalist) to the movement in 1990.[3] Some critics believe that Newfrontiers and other British restorationists are claiming too much when they speak of “restoring the church.”[4]

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