Video – Joy Springs
A Glimpse of Pioneers in Africa
West Africa is brimming with opportunities for cross-cultural church planting in a myriad of unreached people groups. And Pioneers-Africa is recruiting and sending a new generation of workers into the harvest.
Witness the exuberance and creativity of our brothers and sisters in the Pioneers-Africa movement. Discover their unique challenges and context as well as perseverance. You’ll be inspired by how they bring people into fellowship with Jesus in this land where joy springs up.
“This joy springs from inside. If you imagine adding Jesus to the natural joy which springs up, which an African already exhibits, there is no limit to what can happen.” – Eugene Yakohene, Pioneers-Africa
Learn More about Pioneers West Africa and Beyond
- See more of the vibrancy of life in West Africa in Photo Essay – Joy Springs.
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- You can also read more articles about Pioneers in Africa.
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