Video – A Canyon, A Cathedral
Brad and a friend lead a group of their international friends into one of the longest slot canyons in the world for a week-long, 50-mile hike.
Doing Justice, Loving Mercy, Walking Humbly
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.
Nacho Libre Leads Muslims to Christ
God can use anything to lead Muslims to Christ, even the movie Nacho Libre.
Remembering Don Richardson
On December 23, 2018 we lost a dear friend and leader of the mission community. Join us in celebrating his life and legacy and watch his memorial service.
Everything About Everything
Merely two thousand miles from home and light years from anything even vaguely familiar, Anne and her family learned about and shared the One Who knows everything.
Befriending the Bewildered
Refugees who come to America have lost their families, networks, and way of life. A Pioneer shares ways to come alongside them with friendship and practical help.
Around the Campfire
A Pioneer who works with internationals in the US has a passion for backpacking, climbing, and rafting. The guys he works with love to join his adventures.
A Reservation Prays for the Bearer of Light
Dave, a 35-year-old Pioneer, found himself fighting for his life on a stiff hospital bed, his wife and children at his side, wondering how and why God would allow him to arrive at such a difficult place.
Video – Treasure in the Sierra Madre
Like the buried treasure in Jesus’ parable, a people group of 120,000 has remained hidden from the outside world for centuries.
Photo Essay – Tarahumara
A Pioneers team composed of Mexican nationals, Germans and Americans serves the Tarahumara with healthcare and literacy with the goal of seeing an indigenous church emerge.