The last day of the year. Out with the old year, in with the new. But no time off for the holidays here in the village...
Seeing an infant church become a thriving church takes time. And effort. And training.
At least for tonight, they managed to get to shore, where they spent the night in a barge moored along the bank.
Reflecting on 2015 we are humbled by God’s faithfulness to answer prayer.
A Cessna 206 was available for a medical evacuation flight after missionaries and others were bitten by a tapir.
Two steps forward and one step back. That’s what the process has been like for getting the Cessna 206 to its location and in service in Brazil.
“We have been in the process of locating an airplane in Brazil for many years. [Then] last November one of our missionaries flew a [Cessna] 206 down to Brazil,” wrote missionaries Jeff and Jackie Schaa. Since then, paperwork issues have kept the plane grounded.
The Yanomami are no strangers to warfare. But they were puzzled, as they read and reread that passage, as to what the warfare is, in this case, and who is the enemy. A spiritual battle? They know all about flesh and blood enemies.
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