Ten years ago we arrived in PNG!
Yes, it’s true! March 10th makes it a DECADE since we first arrived in Papua New Guinea to begin our ministry—with a 10 month old, a 15 month old, and an almost 3 year old! Now, they are 10, 11, and 12—and we are already planning home assignments around their graduations!
This is our first decade in PNG, and we hope to have a few more here until God calls us home (however you take that…). We are so thankful to be here doing what God has called us to do. Thank you for praying for us and giving to allow us to be here!
Aaron is still busy managing the Business Office. He’s made four trips to the capitol city to work on government approvals (the details would put you to sleep). Stacy is enjoying kindergarten—she’s a great teacher! We’re so glad she’s able to do it. Since the kindergarten teacher is coming back to PNG, we don’t know what Stacy will be teaching next year.
Stacy’s class (first row)
Speaking of teaching, we need teachers for next year—especially high school (science and math in particular). Here is a link to a video that expresses the needhttps://sway.com/gzW5XqoD5nwYa9yb. Please pray for teachers!
The Iski work (top of page), where our friends the Williamsons are serving, is preparing to teach literacy soon! Two families have now completed culture and language learning, so the next step is to teach the people how to read. They are hoping to finish literacy and begin Bible teaching by the end of the year. Pray that they can have a great testimony to the people and lead them to Christ!
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Thanks for serving with us in Papua New Guinea!
Thank you for praying for us!
– Aaron, Stacy, Kobe, Kiera, and Kaili