Two years after receiving the gospel themselves, the Iski believers teamed up with the expat missionaries to present the gospel to their Iski relatives in another village. But the Iski people are not the only ones attending the Bible lessons.
After many years of hard work, the new translation of the Piapoco New Testament is complete.
Missionary Abby Goheen recounts a conversation with a Kaje lady after the lesson about Jesus’ death and resurrection.
You have given of yourselves to see the light of the gospel taken to remote corners of the world.
Some twenty years ago, several missionaries to the Chimane people in Bolivia started a recording project. That recording project expanded...
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All of us know people who have endured incredibly difficult seasons. And we look back and see with remarkable clarity the hand of God allowing some things and orchestrating other things, so that He gets the glory.
Ryan grew up in Lucknow, Ontario; Abigail in Hot Springs, Arkansas. They have been training for the last seven months with Ethnos360 Aviation in Arizona, preparing to serve overseas in a pilot/mechanic capacity.
Brent and Jodi Ristau are Ethnos Canada’s only missionaries living in the Yukon Territories. Not only is the Yukon Canada’s most secular region, it also has a diverse representation of 14 indigenous people groups who now largely speak English as their first language.