Every organization espouses a mission, but to fulfill our vision, we need pathfinders to “explore untraversed regions to mark out a new route” (Merriam-Webster). Pathfinders risk. They explore. They scout frontiers and mark out uncharted routes. All Nations has formed 8 pathfinding teams to advance each of All Nations’ 8 Key Global Priorities towards fulfilling our mission to make disciples and train leaders to ignite church planting movements among the neglected peoples of the earth!
Each team is multicultural and led by emerging leaders from various parts of the world. For example, one of our 8 Key Global Priorities is to Mobilize and Engage (ME) unreached people groups. So last month, a leader from the ME group was part of a scouting team to explore possible work among the persecuted Muslim Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and to bring recommendations back to All Nations leadership! This ME group has also adopted the unreached Padhar group that All Nations is now working with. Our motive is that like the apostle Paul, there is no place left that has not heard of Jesus (Romans 15:23). Join us in praying that there is no place left for the Gospel to be preached.
How can you and I become Pathfinders?
1) In five words, describe who God has made you to be.
2) In one sentence, describe one way you would like to change the world.
3) Think of a doable “next step.” Is it to get more information, training, or put your hands and feet to action?
Discuss with a friend or a mentor who knows you well. All the best wishes to being a pathfinder!