1. Until ALL HAVE HEARD...
  2. Easter
  3. Church
...UNTIL ALL HAVE HEARD
...THE GOOD NEWS
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The most obvious lesson in Christ’s teaching is that there is no happiness in having or getting anything, but only in giving.
Henry Drummond 
 UNREACHED PEOPLE
    The Task of World Evangelization is that there are people groups (in simple terms tribes) and nations (ethnic groups) that have not been penetrated with the gospel message as yet.    
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"Adopting" a church is simply a word we use to describe close active partnership with a Missionary, Team, or Church through your resources to see the gospel preached. 
HOW HAS THE LORD WORKED ON THE FIELD?
   
The harvest is plentiful. There is an urgent need for support in helping us send new missionaries and also sustain ongoing service amongst the unreached.
Would you please consider supporting the work of Pioneers with your prayers, donations, gifts, letters of encouragements, your time so existing missionaries on the field would be strengthened and also partner us engage new groups who have not had the opportunity to hear the gospel even once?
Thank you for supporting the cause that counts for eternity. 

   
  1. 300+
    MISSIONARIES
  2. 500+
    CHURCHES
  3. 750+
    DISCIPLESHIP GROUPS
  4. 10,000+
    HEARING THE GOSPEL EVERY WEEK
ABOUT US
 Pioneers-Africa's primary focus is to see church planting movements initiated amongst the unreached, least reached, and "Forgotten" People groups of the world. 

Through Creativity, Flexibility, and Innovation we want to engage every believer and the local church to see God glorified in these regions.
Until All Have Heard the GOOD NEWS!
   
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IN THE NEWS
WHAT WE DO
It all began in the spring of 1986, when Dr. Solomon Aryeetey, a Ghanaian medical doctor and his wife Leticia – a lawyer - were about to fulfill their “dream” of immigrating to the USA and furthering their professional careers. However, God had other plans and He used Harold Stevens, a PIONEERS missions advocate to challenge them about the needs of the Fulani people in Mali, West Africa, and the Aryeeteys knew God was calling them to go. For seven years, they lived in the desert amongst the nomadic people, learning the language and sharing the gospel from hut-to-hut through mobile medical clinics.   
   
Pioneers-Africa is part of the International Fellowship of PIONEERS which currently has workers serving in over 94 countries around the world.
   
OUR HISTORY
WHO WE ARE