Global Mission Pioneers

Pioneers are laypeople who volunteer at least a year to establish a congregation in an unentered area within their own culture.

They have the advantage of knowing the culture, speaking the language, blending with the local people--and being far less expensive than overseas missionaries.

More than 2,500 Global Mission pioneers are now working around the world. Since 1990 pioneers have established more than 11,000 new Seventh-day Adventist congregations.

Global Mission pioneers share the good news through a holistic ministry including: caring for the sick, teaching agricultural skills, running literacy programs, holding evangelistic meetings, and giving Bible studies.This photo features two Global Mission pioneers with a new group of believers in a remote Indian village.

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Global Mission publications are filled with inspiring stories about pioneers. Read them here online at the links below or subscribe to get them in the mail.

Frontline Edition
Picture Story
Prayer Calender

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