Doing Justice, Loving Mercy, Walking Humbly
The Pioneers global family grieves for our brothers and sisters who are people of color amid the tragic experiences and losses suffered in recent days, as well as in generations past.
Pioneers’ core mission is to mobilize passionate followers of Jesus to serve in parts of the world where the gospel has not yet taken root. Racial injustice in our own communities here in the United States reminds us that there is still work to be done—even in places where the church has a presence.
A call to make disciples among the unreached does not release us from doing justice, loving mercy and walking humbly with God here at home. Anyone who wants to see the kingdom of God come among the unreached will also commit to seeing it come in their neighborhood, city and nation.
We earnestly pray that the gospel of Christ, the ultimate source of healing and reconciliation, may breathe hope and truth-inspired change into broken communities not only around the world, but also here in our own land.
— Steve Richardson, President, Pioneers-USA
Stories from the pursuit
Photo Essay – Punjab, India
Punjab Province is one of India's wealthiest region and the homeland of the Sikhs, one of the country’s most recognizable and self-confident minorities.
What About the Kids?
Learn how Pioneers works to support TCKs (third-culture kids) and their families as they make decisions, transition to the field and strive to thrive.
Video – Some Jungles Have Wifi
Bangkok has nearly 15 million people. Less than 1% of them follow Jesus. This place is hotter, harder and more resistant to the gospel than you can imagine.