I’m going to say something that you won’t hear many missionaries say... I want you to close your Bible.
For too long, a fog of misunderstanding, false doctrine and belief in any other god than the one true God had hung over the hearts of the Menya people. But over these past weeks, as the missionaries taught foundational, chronological Bible lessons, they saw the haze blocking the true light of the gospel beginning to dissipate.
Each step on the road to a thriving church for every people is cause for us to celebrate the goodness of God and praise His name.
“The tears that fell freely from his face and onto my lap were tears of joy. Tears of hope. Tears of a longing fulfilled.”
“Anyone and everyone who was in the village hurried to the beach to welcome us ‘home.’”
Watch Cross Day, a video that shares that special day with us, the day when the Menya realized what Christ had done for them on the cross.
The missionaries had already determined to go to the Wantakia people, but which village? Learn how the decision was made.
When missionaries determine what people group to work with, they don’t just throw a dart at a map. First, they pray. Then, they research.
“Our fellow missionaries with the Cubeo have had a desire that we here in the Guanano church start a Cubeo church plant by evangelizing Roberto.”