“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.”
At least for tonight, they managed to get to shore, where they spent the night in a barge moored along the bank.
One day not too long ago, a Bolivian farmer was cultivating his watermelon crop with a gun slung over his shoulder. After a while, he set the gun against a tree. As he kept working, he moved farther and farther from it.
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After a major typhoon struck the Philippines last year, the needs were immense. What could one man do? What could even a small team of pilots and mechanics do? Plenty, if they simply acted and trusted God.
Join us as we share what God is doing as we work together to reach unreached people groups and express our gratitude for the role that local churches are playing in the Great Commission.
Sometimes tribal peoples’ hearts seem as dry and dusty as the landscape. Ministry can become a discouraging, daily grind. But as Canadian Leah Humphreys discovered, giving up would mean missing out.