ROOTS OF A MOVEMENT

ROOTS OF A MOVEMENT

Autumn*, a Pioneers missionary in tribal Africa, started a discipleship group among women from several different tribes. Leah*, an abrasive, middle-aged woman from a distant tribe began to attend the group. Every time they met, Leah managed to annoy and Continue reading

BEYOND THE GATE

BEYOND THE GATE

BY AMANDA LYNN February 19, 2016

Rachel* sat cross-legged on the mat outside her front door in the courtyard of their home rubbing petroleum jelly on her feet—part of the procedure for getting ready for an excursion outside her home. Continue reading

LOVE MOVES

LOVE MOVES

BY PIONEERS-USA November 12, 2015

We see it on the news and read it on the internet. Victims of war. Victims of disease. It’s hard to fight compassion fatigue when you don’t know how to help. It’s information that’s hard Continue reading

PROVOKED

PROVOKED

BY A PIONEER IN NORTH AFRICA April 17, 2015

Life here in North Africa is unpredictable. And some days provide unexpected experiences that bring opportunities for me to interact with people outside my normal circles. And sometimes these experiences are Continue reading

HOLY GROUND

HOLY GROUND

BY A PIONEER IN EAST AFRICA May 12, 2016
A year ago we came to the village because of our friend Anna, a new believer from the semi-nomadic people group we work with. Her father was a “big man” in Continue reading

Growing Hope

Growing Hope

By Katherine Young, South Sudan

They came to us from a small village several hours down the road,having already travelled more than eight hours to the capital where they had been told nothing could be done.

But they had heard Continue reading