Jay’s Farewell

15 years – depending on your point of view it can seem an epic length of time or a small blip on the radar of your life… Jay reflects on his service in Pioneers on the eve of handing the Director’s baton on to Charles and Rosalie Chalmers.

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Charles & Rosalie Chalmers

We are Charles and Rosalie Chalmers, new joint-Directors of Pioneers NZ. We originally joined the Pioneers family in 2007 from careers in education and counselling, bringing with us our experience in management and leadership, both professionally and in church life.

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An International Movement

Donnie Scearce is Pioneers longest serving practitioner of mobilisation, who has led Pioneers sending ministries in both the USA and Canada. In this article Donnie reflects on the founding and growth of the international fellowship of Pioneers.

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Mobilise Online

In April 2015 we moved our MOBILISE magazine to an online e-zine delivered directly to your email inbox. Read our latest articles and subscribe to Mobilise Online here…

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Learning To Dance

I read somewhere that to be Sudanese is to dance. If you know me, that does mean I can never truly be Sudanese. But, there are two older women that I love to watch dance in church…

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A Jaguar In The Shadows: Amazon

In the dense jungles of the Amazon there are still tribes that have not been reached with the life-giving water of Jesus. One of these people groups – the Long Arrow Tribe – worshipped wooden idols that could not help them.

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An Unlikely Messenger: North Africa

Some days all we can do is marvel at the incredible works and ways of God. We are here in North Africa working among Muslims, labouring to bring the gospel to them.

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Except The Mighty Hand Of God: Himalayas

It was the jewellery on old women’s hands. And the bright wash of dyed fabric. In this land so streaked with mud and mess, vivid marks of beauty are signalled by the delicate tinkle of bangles and the blur of purple and orange and red on scooters speeding by.

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