Give to Pioneers UK
More and more new candidates are prayerfully responding to the call of God on their lives and seeking to serve His Kingdom in the mission fields of Africa and the rest of the world. God is equally stirring faithful supporters in prayer and finance. Your financial support is vital in making the Good News of the Gospel known. Thank you so much for your willingness to partner with us in mission.
Please note that Pioneers’ policy is to use all funds received primarily for the purpose for which they are designated. However, Pioneers retains the right to use any surplus funds at its discretion for the general charitable purposes of the organisation.
Give to a Missionary or Project
Pioneers is a faith-based mission, and the majority of its personnel depend on the Lord for the provision of their daily life and ministry. Teams of churches and individuals partner together with each worker to provide their necessary prayer support, salary, and work expenses. You can become a vital part of initiating church planting movements among the unreached by becoming a faithful supporter of a Pioneers missionary or by giving to the projects they start.
Give to the Strategic Priorities Fund
Pioneers UK sends missionaries where no one else is going – to some of the most underdeveloped, impoverished, and even hostile parts of the world. Why? Because this is where the gospel is most needed.
There are still over 4,000 unreached people groups in the world who do not have access to the gospel. That’s nearly 2.9 billion people! Yet, at least one third of missionaries are still being sent to countries that have only 3.5% of the world’s non-Christians. Pioneers UK is working to change this, and the Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) is critical to this work.
Find out more about the Strategic Priorities Fund.
Pioneers UK sends missionaries where no one else is going – to some of the most underdeveloped, impoverished, and even hostile parts of the world. Why? Because this is where the gospel is most needed. The Strategic Priorities Fund (SPF) is critical to this work.£1970.00 donated