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Issue 13
One Ambition

Pioneers: An International Movement

It has been said that organizations move through four developmental stages as they grow: man, movement, machine, and monument. While not all organizations achieve these milestones at the same pace, and some do not grow at all, God has been faithful to build Pioneers from the vision of one faithful couple into an international movement.

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Africa's Believers Serving Africa's Unreached

Missionaries have traditionally answered the call to leave home and spread the Gospel in foreign lands. But in the Global South, an increasing number of believers are on the move to take the Good News to unreached places within their own country.

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A New Church

...made up of a former witchdoctor and his clients 

It has been nearly three years since I started surveying the region. I remember sitting on a mountain looking over a village below and the whole region afar, praying that God would reveal where He would want me to start.

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Jesus – The Risky Unknown Foreign God

Thai collectivist culture means that everyone is always welcome. Kids live in and out of each other’s family homes. Quiet or alone time is non-existent (why you’d want it anyway is a mystery to them!). Furniture is optional. All you need to sleep on is the floor, making sleepovers an easy option! Bathrooms are also optional.
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Ministering to Syrian Refugees

Victims of the fighting in Syria are fleeing extreme violence and destruction, leaving behind their lives, friends, and possessions. Over 4 million refugees have left Syria at present and more are leaving every day. Migrants desperately cross the Mediterranean from North Africa in hopes of reaching Italy or Spain. Others are being smuggled into Europe through Turkey and Greece. All over the world, people and nations are struggling to cope with the millions who have been displaced by war.
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A Jaguar in the Shadows

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. Their chief, a man named Marcos*, was a disabled man, broken by many accidents and injuries. He prayed to the wooden idol for help, yet it did not reply. It did not heal him.
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