You think the world is changing fast around you, right? COVID-19. Unrest on all sides. Technology advancing at lightning speed. It’s hard to know how to deal with it all. Now imagine being a person living in what we might call a primitive environment. You know the world is zooming ahead, and you and your people are barely subsisting. You can scarcely scrape enough together to exist, much less to thrive.
“The lessons on August 30 and September 1 and September 3 are going to be on the crucifixion of Jesus. September 6 will be on His resurrection!"
Today there is a thriving church among the Tagbanwa people.... When one is willing to say as Jesus said in the Garden of Gethsemane, “Not my will, but thine be done,” there is no end to what God can do through that life.
To simply say that rice is important to the Tagbanwa people of Palawan is a gross understatement.
Please pray that everyone will have wisdom in practicing necessary safety protocols, including quarantining when they arrive in the village.
Please pray that we will be able to continue making progress on the translation. We are currently focusing on 1 and 2 Corinthians.
It is just a little bird, the R66 helicopter. It only weighs 1,270 pounds. So how could it possibly carry 10,000 pounds of cargo plus 14 passengers in one day? In November 2019, the R66 in Mindanao, Philippines, did just that.
"Since our last update, we finished Nehemiah and have been working our way through the rest of Isaiah. This is not an easy book to translate. Thank you for praying."
A big milestone for Ryan and Abigail de Roos is that they have finally received their country assignment—the Philippines!