In 1996, Debbie and I took our four children to Papua New Guinea to join the work there. I was 39, and God was going to expand my experience in ministry in many different ways. To this day I am very grateful for what I learned.
A dedicated team worked for years to translate God’s Word into the language of this isolated tribe. Yet even as the cheers of joy and accomplishment echo, the clang of uncertainty reverberates as well. Some ever-present questions remain unanswered. What happens now?
I’m convinced we are in the “last season” before Christ’s return. Incredible doors are being opened, and now is the time for the Church to emphasize getting the gospel to the last unreached people groups.