Photo Essay – Remembering What God Has Done

Turning points from our 40 years: “We continually reminded ourselves that God didn’t say, ‘Go into all the world where you can get a missionary visa.’ He just said, ‘Go into all the world.’”

Photo Essay – Central Asia

Join a photographer on his journey to the where the ideals of the Soviet past and traditional culture meet the modern age and an increasingly global marketplace.

Photo Essay – Bolivia

Pioneers Greg and Alex have put more than 50,000 audio gospels into the hands of Quechua people. These are photos of the people they met on a recent trip into the mountains.

Photo Essay – Rohingya

The Rohingya, a Muslim people group, have fled their Buddhist-majority Myanmar because of persecution. Pioneers are responding to this refugee crisis with practical help and hope.

Photo Essay – Joy Springs

“In the midst of the lack, the African has found joy and exuberance,” says Eugene Yakohene, director of Pioneers-Africa. “Imagine adding Jesus... there is no limit to what can happen.”

Is Europe Unreached?

Why should an organization like Pioneers send missionaries to a continent where 70.8% of the population are reportedly professing Christians?

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.

Photo Essay – Siberia

Paul and Cassie have made their home among the indigenous people groups of Siberia since 2006. They long to see many churches planted through their work in discipleship and translation.

Photo Essay – Sumatra, Indonesia

Known in ancient times as Swarnabhumi, “Land of Gold,” Sumatra has a wealth of history and is rich in tradition. Take a closer look at this island and its people.