After 3 ½ months of daily chronological Bible teaching, there are now believers among the Iski people!
Three women widowed when their husbands were martyred continued working to reach the Ayoré people.
Taking that first step to introduce Jesus to their kin, the Biem church is feeling the urgency of the task.
“Water is pouring in through the walls and windows,” they wrote shortly before cell service failed.
How often have you been challenged to read your Bible — by someone who lives well away from “civilization”?
Despite their attempts, the Iski people are learning that they can’t please God on their own.
Why bother taking a trip over “ugly roads”?
Changing countries causes us to change many things about ourselves.
“The longer [home assignment] lasted, our time in Papua New Guinea seemed to fade from reality….”