“We are planning a … departure that will hopefully help the church thrive after our departure.”
The landslide opened doors to ministry in an unexpected way.
The Tigak people of Papua New Guinea are rejoicing over their newly printed New Testaments.
The final translation check was a good example of missionary life.
“I can read now. I am no longer like a cow. A cow just walks around and eats, and that is all I used to do. Now I can read; I can learn things.”
Even though the Menyan people group is in a very remote location, God had not forgotten them.
Landslides sounds like thunder. They start as a distant rumble, build, then fade away—but leave behind more than an echo.
As we started building among the Konomala people, God worked in the details.
“We have begun writing the lessons!”