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Teaching as Mission
One of the greatest challenges for missionary families is educating their children, and ensuring that they are thriving in the country and culture where they serve. Pioneers Australia have many teachers using their passion, training and experience to serve the Lord overseas. Here is what some of those teachers have to say about teaching as mission.
Raised in a oppressive Buddhist home, Bui never experienced the love of a family until she moved away to attend university. Through a series of divine appointments she not only found new friends in two Pioneers, but she found a new family and sweet redemption.
Dreams and visions
Sometimes you have a bad day. And some days it seems like everything in your life is falling apart. That’s what happened to Dave*, a 35-year-old Pioneers worker. He found himself fighting for his life on a stiff hospital bed, wondering how and why God would allow him to arrive at such a difficult place.
My bad life
A few years ago, Carlos, who is from a remote mountain village in Mexico of an unreached people group called the Tarahumara, fractured his leg seriously. After taking Carlos to town for surgery in the hospital, a missionary doctor cared for him in his own home until he recovered.
“While reading the Bible online, I found it was written in a totally different way than the Qur’an,” Rahman says.
Meeting Jesus in a dream
When Hamid left home for a job in the Arabian Peninsula, he received a dream and a challenge that changed the course of his life.
No strings attached
What coconuts in a tiny Pacific nation have to do with God's free gift.
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