WE empower mission workers to build self-sustaining churches in unreached placeS_
The National Pioneers Initiative (NPI) partners with local churches and pioneers to impact nations for Christ through conventional and digital evangelism_
YEAR / 1999
The NPI was born in crisis, as CV’S 100 foreign missionaries in East Timor were threatened with deportation_
A new method was needed_
replace our foreign workers with local successors_
that was the birth of NPI paradigm of Sacrificial Succession_
YEAR / 2009
Starting with 12 pioneers in 2009, the NPI Myanmar project grew to 200 pioneers and over 25 church denominations working in partnership. Pioneers were sent across nine major parts of the country_
During ten years, more than 350,000 people were personally introduced to Jesus, resulting in 4,300 water baptisms, more than 400 new fellowship locations, more than 100 pioneer successors and 70 house churches_
A father of six, Paul leads NPI globally and heads up the Pioneers in 100 Nations Program which especially aims to implement digital pioneering projects around the world in places where few people have heard the gospel.
Our longest serving impact a nation leader, Davi helped start our project in East Timor, which became the first testing ground for our NPI. He has ably led and handed over leadership in many projects, and currently heads up up our Impact Venezuela NPI.
CONCEALED IDENTITY /
As a Muslim imam who came to Christ and has since led thousands of his brethren to to faith in Christ, he has proved a valuable asset in understanding the spiritual needs of these people and reaching them with the gospel. Partners like ***** increase the mission effectiveness of our work.
SUDHARSHINI JOHN /
As our global NPI prayer coordinator, Sudharshini also leads our Impact Sri Lanka NPI, which includes both digital and conventional pioneering work. Her passion for prayer and intercession is an immeasurable asset to our work.
CONCEALED IDENTITY /
A successful businessman who is CEO of a company that controls a third of a major industry in Myanmar, ***** has been a good friend and great help in praying for and advising about the creation of entities and opportunities that can assist our pioneering work in difficult to access places. Partners with business nous like him help us to work more effectively in places that are unfriendly to the gospel.