The Forerunner

The Forerunner (1981–1994) was a publication that emphasized reformation of society and biblical worldview. Contributing editors and correspondents from Russia, Ukraine, China, Latin America, South Africa and many other countries wrote many of the articles. These were reports from college students who produced similar publications. Since 1995, The Forerunner has been published online. Most of the articles from 1987 through 1994 appear online. Students are encouraged to reprint the articles in student newspapers with the online version functioning as a "model publication."

In 1993, The Forerunner International was founded by Jay Rogers and versions of The Forerunner were published in nations such as South Africa, Russia, Ukraine, China and America. The Forerunner exists today as a grass-roots organization which is dedicated to the training of student interns to produce media. The stated goal to help fulfill the Great Commission (Matthew 28:18-20) through the arts.

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