Some days, you simply need to do what needs to be done!
“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.”
The Continual Learner If you sign up to be a missionary in a tribal context, I don’t think you will [...]
Looking to retirement the following year, there was much work they still wanted to accomplish. That was the plan.
“I walked for three days to get here,” one of the attendees said, and another expressed the same. But who were these men?
One of the most beneficial things for our culture and language learning is when we can participate with the people in an activity.
October 4 was our official anniversary [in Paraguay], and we just wanted to share some highlights from our first year.
“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.”
The villagers watched as the unsuspecting Sophie ate the soup laced with the most potent poison known in the jungle.