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S1E9: Where Should I Go?

43 minutes

Andrew was born to missionary parents in Senegal, West Africa, and was inspired to pursue missions early on. He was looking at mission aviation. But then, when he had a few years of experience, God used him to launch a team to help reach nomadic peoples in Chad.

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Do you wrestle with where to serve? How do you follow God and hear his voice? Are you passionate about sharing the gospel with those who have never heard?

In this episode, Andrew shares how God called him to serve in Chad.

Andrew’s passion for evangelism shines throughout the conversation as we discuss his love for Chad’s nomadic peoples. Andrew challenges us to redirect our perspective. It is such a joy to serve God and share His good news, even through hard times. Listen to stories of God’s faithfulness in drawing nomadic Muslim people to Himself.

Andrew was born to missionary parents in Senegal, West Africa, but spent most of his growing-up years in the U.S. At a young age, he was inspired to give his life to reaching the unreached. Andrew attended Moody Bible Institute, where he studied intercultural studies. He served with Operation Mobilization for two years before joining Pioneers in 2014. He now leads a church planting team in Chad focused on reaching Arab nomads.

In this episode, we discuss:

  • Andrew’s desire, from a young age, to go to the mission field
  • The way God led him from aviation ministry to evangelism
  • God’s leading to serve in Chad
  • The Sahel area of Africa
  • The need for workers in Africa
  • Andrew’s heart for evangelism
  • Stories of Arab nomads coming to faith
  • Discouragement and perseverance on the field


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