One of the ironies of pioneer missions is that missionaries often have to leave missions resources at home for security reasons. Pioneer Library exists to publish books by missionaries and for missionaries, to make the best works on pioneering available electronically and in print.
Jesus said, “Every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like a master of a house, who brings out of his treasure what is new and what is old.” (Matthew 13:52) That is the two-fold goal of Pioneer Library:
1. To publish and share forgotten or buried treasure from the Christian past.
2. To write fresh and illuminating Bible studies for the church in mission.
Our fellowship is the church militant in all generations. We have published books about apostolic ministry in Afghanistan, Argentina, Burma, China, Ethiopia, Fiji, Greenland, India, Iraq, Jamaica, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand, Pakistan, Siberia, Tibet, Uganda, and Yemen. Our books and articles are published by missionaries for missionaries, and profits from our books and ebooks support missions work among the unreached peoples of the earth.
All our books and ebooks are sustainably sourced and organically grown. We only use primary-source material, and we don’t print scans or unedited texts.