• Igniting the Hope

  • Seeking God's Kingdom

  • One Relationship at a Time

  • Igniting the Hope

  • Seeking God's Kingdom

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What We Do

EFM is fueling a worldwide movement of Evangelical Friends.


efm logo 2014 500Our purpose and passion is to fuel a worldwide movement of people who seek first the kingdom of God, planting churches that live and die to carry out the Great Commission in the spirit of the Great Commandment.

EFM Bangladesh, Adhikari Igniting the Hope


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  • We want to thank you for the many thoughts and prayers for us. We have been studying, serving, and living
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  • When Diptendra Kumar (D. K.) felt God's call to the ministry, he resigned from the State Electricity Board and became
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  • After four years of CHE ministry in Nepal, many CHE training sessions are held to teach this unique form of
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  • Hello, we are the Howell Clan serving in Ireland. David and Tricia are both graduates of Barclay College. Before coming
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  • Ministry in Rwanda is exciting these days! We are presently in preparations for the Rwanda Yearly Meeting’s 25th anniversary. There
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  • Albert and Metali Adhikari are missionaries to Bangladesh. Albert has finished his Master's in Biblical Studies, and Metali has finished
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Evangelical Friends Mission (EFM) is happy to announce that Michael and Kathryn Linville, of Rose Hill Friends Church; Rose Hill, Kansas, have recently been accepted by the EFM Board to become missionaries.  We look forward to opportunities for you to meet Michael and Kathryn, along with their sons Nehemiah and Asher, and follow their story.  The Linvilles will become increasingly active in training and raising support over the next few months as they explore ministry in a rural setting somewhere in India. They will be meeting with…Read More

The original inhabitants of Rwanda were the Twa, a Pygmy people who now make up only 1% of the population. While the Hutu and Tutsi are often considered to be two separate ethnic groups, scholars point out that they speak the same language, have a history of intermarriage, and share many cultural characteristics. Traditionally, the differences…Read More

The EFM Board and staff are pleased to announce that Russell and Sarah Badgley, along with their children Emma, Joe, and Ruth, have been approved as new missionary candidates with EFM.  The Badgleys are members of Greenleaf Friends Church, a congregation belonging to Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends (NWYM) in southern Idaho.  Greenleaf has a long history of sending out missionaries.
 
The Badgley's exact field of service is yet to be determined, but they are feeling led to pioneer a new work in Latin America,…Read More