Pioneers (missions agency)

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Pioneers
PioneersLogo.gif
Founded 1979
Founder Ted Fletcher
Type Evangelical Missions Agency
Focus Initiating church-planting movements among unreached people groups
Location
  • Orlando, FL
Area served 100 Countries (180 People groups)
Members 2,593 (248 Teams)
Key people Ted Fletcher, Peggy Fletcher, John Fletcher, Steve Richardson
Slogan Pioneers mobilizes teams to glorify God among unreached peoples by initiating church planting movements in partnership with local churches
Website http://www.pioneers.org

Pioneers is an international group of Christian missionaries seeking to spread Christianity to people in places where other missionaries have not gone or churches are rare. It was founded by Ted Fletcher in 1979 and has offices in Orlando, Florida, Melbourne, Australia, Accra, Ghana, Dorchester, Ontario, Auckland, New Zealand, Doncaster, UK, Singapore, and Sao Paulo, Brazil. As of 2012, Pioneers operates in 100 countries, training and supporting 2,593 international members serving on 248 church-planting teams among 180 people groups in 100 languages.[1]

Pioneers mobilizes teams to glorify God among unreached peoples by initiating church-planting movements in partnership with local churches.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pioneers.org". Retrieved 2013-02-28.