Pioneers Core Values
Core values are not much good unless they are carefully articulated, learned by the group and regularly reviewed. Pioneers Core Values reflect the passions, practices and personality of its members. Watch this eight-part video series which depicts the values that drive Pioneers to plant churches in the world’s most challenging environments. Note: For security reasons, these videos have been edited for web presentation. Click here to order a free copy of the Core Values DVD, which contains the full versions of videos below.
The Great Commandment is our motive for the Great Commission. We want to live our lives fully surrendered to Him so that all nations may know that He alone is God.
Pioneers focuses on those with the least opportunity to hear and understand the gospel.
We want to see new believers united in fellowship with other believers, forming churches that plant churches—until all peoples are reached
Understanding that each person bears the image of God, we endeavor to cultivate an atmosphere of mutual acceptance and respect in all our relationships, encouraging each one to attain his or her full potential in Christ.
Pioneers partners with sending churches to plant new communities of Christians. We also work alongside local, indigenous fellowships wherever possible.
Teams that are both task- and member-focused are the core of Pioneers. This is crucial since many of the world's remaining unreached peoples are in difficult and isolated pockets of the world.
Reaching the world's remaining unreached peoples requires creativity and a sensitivity to the unique calling, vision, and needs of each missionary.
Pioneers has a decentralized leadership structure. We are principle- rather than policy-driven, applying an interactive approach to decision making that is based on trust.