“Give me a Bible and a machete, and I’m gonna go save some souls!” For years Stephen Narwold had envisioned this exciting picture of tribal missionary life for himself.
After 3 ½ months of daily chronological Bible teaching, there are now believers among the Iski people!
Despite their attempts, the Iski people are learning that they can’t please God on their own.
The early Bible lessons are changing the thinking of the Iski...
The Word of God is already beginning to impact the Iske people as their missionaries prepare to begin chronological teaching.
How does a missionary family living on a remote island care for the education and socialization needs of their four daughters? … Not by themselves.
How do missionaries in remote locations build a home?
Why are Seth and Rochelle Callahan so intently studying the culture and language of the Iski people?
Actions Speak ... “I never trust someone who walks on tiptoe.” Whether young Randy Smyth had been trying to reduce [...]