What Is It?
Exploring your role in God’s mission to the unreached? Want to see if Pioneers could be a good ministry partner? Then Mission:Next is a weekend for you!
Be stirred by our core values, learn about the needs across the world and leave with an action plan for your next steps in mission, whether with Pioneers or not! Though not a 'training' event, Pioneers has designed the weekend to be very interactive and touch on key issues in missions, but with a flavour of Pioneers.
Where & When Is It?
BEST TRAIN STATION TO ARRIVE: Paisley Gilmour Street station (coming from south alight at Glasgow Central, then take one of the frequent trains to Gilmour St. We can pick you up at the care park there)
** Please speak with the staff person who invited you to this event to coordinate a ride from the station. Ideally, arrive no later than 6:30pm to catch a free ride, otherwise a taxi might be the only option.**
What Can I Expect?
We’ll explore key issues for cross-cultural ministry, with each workshop geared towards Pioneers' core values. Sessions include:
What Does It Cost?
Ruth spends her time encouraging and supporting people to pray, give and go in mission globally and locally. Outside of work, Ruth is a keen musician and photographer and part of Kirkintilloch Baptist Church. She’s also worked on TV with Doctor Who’s dad!
Joining Pioneers USA in 2001, Steve has been a mobiliser (a mentor to those wanting to go) that entire time. He joined the UK office in 2009 to help establish it as an org to send British people to the least reached peoples.
Harriet is a missionary from Kenya serving as a mission mentor while studying at All Nations Christian College. She seeks to envision and mobilise African Diaspora Christians/Churches for cross-cultural mission especially among LRPGs in the UK/Europe.
Chris is passionate about sharing the good news of Jesus the Messiah, especially with those who have never had the opportunity to hear and he definitely spends more time outdoors than in on adventures with his wife and their “little little” called Honour.
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