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Sometimes Salvation’s Road has Curves

Bringing the gospel to the Nukak people has had more than its share of uphills and downhills.

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Culture and Language Software

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Your gift will help simplify and speed the culture and language learning process for more missionaries, which will in turn accelerate the process of reaching tribes and transforming lives.

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Fired Up to Come Back

July 19th, 2016|Comments Off on Fired Up to Come Back

Pastor finds Wayumi challenging, sound and fun.

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Editor’s Letter

July 19th, 2016|Comments Off on Editor’s Letter

A failed generator repair illustrates the fact that discipleship requires clear communication to be effective.

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Excellence Takes Time

July 19th, 2016|Comments Off on Excellence Takes Time

Making disciples is a long-term process, and making disciples across cultures and languages takes longer.

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A E I O U and Always Why

July 18th, 2016|Comments Off on A E I O U and Always Why

Why are Seth and Rochelle Callahan so intently studying the culture and language of the Iski people?

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Building a Physical Foundation to Build a Spiritual Foundation

July 18th, 2016|Comments Off on Building a Physical Foundation to Build a Spiritual Foundation

How do missionaries in remote locations build a home?

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  • Markus and Sthefani Koehler, Ethnos Canada missionaries

Markus & Stefanie Koehler

January 25th, 2016|Comments Off on Markus & Stefanie Koehler

After Bible school, university, working in youth ministry and growing as a family, they stepped out in faith, desiring to serve full time in cross-cultural church planting. Together with their five children, they are serving God in Tanzania, South East Africa.

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Derek & Chantal Chen

January 25th, 2016|Comments Off on Derek & Chantal Chen

After various ministry experiences, they asked God to grant them the privilege of being directly involved in tribal church planting, and God has been opening door after door ever since. Along with their three boys, they plan to serve in Papua New Guinea as church planters.

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Ethnos Engages First Nations

The spiritual needs in Northern Canada are huge. Over the years, numerous people have asked if Ethnos would consider helping with church planting in Canada’s north.

God is opening doors for Ethnos to help establish thriving churches within Canada’s First Nations and the Inuit communities.

One opportunity is to work alongside Northern Canada Evangelical Mission (NCEM). NCEM already has numerous members that have been trained by Ethnos.

God also is opening doors for Dave Wright, former church planter to Papua New Guinea. Dave is adapting NTM’s church planting and discipleship curriculum for use within Canada’s First Nations and the Inuit communities.

On both fronts, Ethnos is trusting the Lord to increase this momentum!

Please be praying for Ethnos Canada as we seek to walk with the Lord.

Connect with Dave Wright at davewright@ethnos.ca