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Far Reaching Ministries


Far Reaching Ministries (FRM): A Dedicated Force in Evangelical Christian Missionary Work and Humanitarian Efforts Since 1998

Established in 1998, Far Reaching Ministries (FRM) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to evangelical Christian missionary work and humanitarian efforts. Continuous funding and support is provide from individuals, churches, businesses, and private foundations.

Founding Missionary Endeavors: Pastor Wes Bentley’s Transformative Work in Conflict Zones and Refugee Camps:

In 1996, Pastor Wes Bentley, the Founder and CEO of Far Reaching Ministries (FRM), commenced his missionary service in the conflict-ridden areas of Bahr El-Ghazal, Western Equatoria, and the Nuba Mountains (Southern Kordofan). Two years later, FRM extended its efforts to collaborate with South Sudanese refugee camps, mainly in Kiryandongo, Uganda. Dedicated to providing love and hope to orphans and widows who had suffered the loss of their families, FRM addressed the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of those profoundly impacted by ethnic and religious cleansing.

Global Impact and Faithful Commitment: Far Reaching Ministries’ Endeavors to Break the Cycle of Violence and Poverty Worldwide:

Currently, Far Reaching Ministries (FRM) has a team of over 400 members actively stationed in 28 countries. These dedicated individuals embody their faith by spreading the hope found in Christ Jesus, nurturing believers, and providing assistance to those facing adversity or danger. FRM is committed to collaborating with those who aspire to break the relentless cycle of violence and poverty, striving to make a positive impact in various communities around the world.

FRM’s global strategic objectives include:

  1. Executing the mandate bestowed by Jesus Christ, as articulated in Mark 16:15: “Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.”
  2. Illuminating the darkness of sin in the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ, employing all donated resources to foster discipleship.
  3. Manifesting faith through tangible actions, meeting essential bodily needs (James 2:18) like food, clothing, and shelter in the name of Jesus Christ (James 2:16).
  4. Engaging and uplifting the body of Christ by highlighting the trials and needs of its global members. Through prayerful support, aiming to fulfill the directive in Hebrews 13:3: “Remember those in prison, as if you were there yourself. Remember also those being mistreated, as if you felt their pain in your own bodies.”