Millions of people around the world still don’t know Jesus. Global Mission sends pioneers to unentered areas to start new groups of believers. Pioneers are often local people who already speak the language and understand the culture. Using Christ’s method of ministry, they strive to meet people’s needs and bid them to follow Jesus.


61,684,000* Unreached population

95* Unreached people groups

Taiwo, left, and Onifade, center, work in southwest Nigeria. They are helping a small Adventist congregation grow. Each day they visit people to ask about their needs, pray with them, and if possible, study the Bible together.

“There is such great need in this city,” says Onifade. “It’s almost overwhelming. We don’t have many resources, but we do what we can to help meet the people’s physical and spiritual needs. We want them to know that we love them.”

Your support through donations and prayers help make these pioneers’ work possible. Thank you!


163,676,000* Unreached population

222* Unreached people groups

When Roy accepted an assignment in the mountains of Indonesia, his first task was to register at the government office. This two-day walk took him over a 14,000-foot mountain. He tried to find an easier way back to his village, but he finally decided to walk. Not even a day later, he walked five hours to a funeral in a nearby village.

These long treks are tiring, but Roy feels blessed to be able to minister to the nearby villagers. Nearly 30 people have expressed interest in being baptized, and so far, 20 have been baptized. Please pray for strength for Roy and other Global Mission pioneers.


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