Third Quarter 2010


Global Mission pioneer John started a branch Sabbath School in Kisaka Saka on the island of Zanzibar just a year ago. As a result of his efforts to share Christ in the community John enrolled four families in Discovery Bible School. Now the small group meets twice a week in this thatched shelter, which serves as their house of worship.


The Adventist Church had a rough start in Amphany. When the first Global Mission pioneer arrived in this previously unentered village in the southern part of Madagascar he was run out of town. The next pioneer’s life was threatened when some town leaders accused him of vandalizing the local cemeteries and stealing from graves.

Sierra Leone

Meet David, a Global Mission pioneer in Sierra Leone. David moved from his village to Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown, 10 years ago to study to become a mechanical engineer. After completing his studies, he had trouble finding a job, so the local pastor asked if he’d become a Global Mission pioneer while he continued looking for work. His decision to say yes changed David’s life.

Dear Friends

We really should let you know…Global Mission pioneers appreciate your prayers. On challenging days, they say it helps to think about fellow church members from many countries who are praying for them. It encourages them to realize that you care about the work they do.

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