For the Menya, Christmas may have been an unknown and the birth of Jesus insignificant. But not anymore.
I asked her, ”Why do you not pray in Sérè?” She replied, “I do not know how to pray in my language.” Will she ever be able to say “God speaks my language”?
God’s Word has lasting impact when people hear it in their own language, hold it in their hands and read it.
“As we got out of the helicopter, the Wantakian people were everywhere just waiting to see us and shake our hands.”
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.
“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.’”
Usually, we only hear about the results, but now we get to see them up front and personal!
August 9, Papua New Guinea time, two Ethnos360 Aviation pilots were involved in an incident with one of the Kodiak aircraft.