We want to help Pioneer Drive members build relationships beyond the walls of the church and become leaders and learners in discipleship. At the very center of what it means to be a Christian is leaving a place of comfort and moving into the unknown, so you and others can grow with God. The best way to start exploring is to contact our Missions Leadership right now, or you can connect directly with one of our Pioneer Partners listed below.
Our Local and Global Partners
House of Faith
The mission of House of Faith Abilene is to take Jesus to neighborhood children, youth, and families. They hope to provide a sense of belonging and strengthen their faith. enabling them to honor God with their lives and offer themselves in service to Him. House of Faith offers Bible clubs, youth Bible studies, and neighborhood summer activities.
All for One Mission
All For One Mission is a church in the Alameda neighborhood. They are reaching the families with Worship services and Bible study. They have a food pantry and a clothes closet. Their vision also includes taking their members on mission trips to the Caribbean to share God’s love outside the US.
Sparrow’s Nest is a crisis pregnancy center located in Jayton, Texas. They are a residential pregnancy support for women in need. They help women who choose adoption with the resources they will need and support them through their pregnancy. They also help women who choose to keep their baby and help them prepare for motherhood. They offer GED support and coaching for future success.
Servant’s Heart Ministries Guatemala
Bob and Georgette Kornegay lead Servant’s Heart Ministries in Guatemala. They focus on building small houses for people in need. They have begun a ministry digging wells in local communities to provide access to clean drinking water. They also minister to widows and orphans and support a local orphanage. They host mission teams as well.
Graffiti 2 Community Ministries
Graffiti 2 Ministries is a part of the Graffiti network of ministries in New York City. Graffiti 2 is a Baptist church in The Bronx, New York. They offer ministries to people of all ages in their community. They offer after school programs and summer programs for children and youth. They also help adults with micro-enterprises and adult learning, as well as hosting community-wide events.
The Rafiki Foundation
Doug and Carolyn Krupke are a part of the Rafiki Foundation in Nigeria. The goal of the Foundation is to train Africans to transform Africa for Christ. They are dedicated to education with local schools for children, teacher education, and theological education. They support widows through micro-business development. They also care for orphans in children’s homes.