Ready to celebrate Papua New Guinea Independence Day on our school grounds (Numonohi Christian Academy)
Back in May, the Iski tribe was presented with the gospel! There was a great reception of the Truth, and many believers were born again. Thank you for your part in bringing the Iski to Christ! Anka, one of the oldest men in the village, was able to hear this message. He said, “Now I know that Jesus paid for MY sins and now I’m a child of God. I do not fear death anymore, I will die and be with God.” He was able to live that testimony out, as he has sadly passed away. But, his funeral as a believer was totally different from what they used to do! Read more about that here: http://mailchi.mp/d512aa2cdf92/news-from-the-williamsons?e=3c30bb1ec8
Maliyali is really digging in with culture and language study – they’ve done great on the first culture and language evaluation. The Pei tribe is getting close to teaching – even with one of their families out of the tribe for medical. The Amdu team has all been checked out on culture and language study! They are already digging into literacy. Menyanmiya is on the doorstep as well. Pray for these tribes (and many other works) and they get close to teaching!
Allen family in the Amdu tribe, along with our fearless pilots
What’s the family up to?
After over a month of trouble with sinusitis, Aaron had to fly to Australia to see a ENT. He’s down there now and hoping to get some help for the pounding headaches! The family is split up for a time, but mom’s holding down the fort back in Papua New Guinea. The kids have their term break from school, so they are enjoying the extra free time. Kiera got to fly (thank you – you know who you are!) to the Sepik for a few days to spend some time with friends there. Her first time flying alone – in one of our mission planes.
Kiera on her first ride in the Kodiak!
The Business Office is really running smoothly now that we have an accountant here in PNG, as well as one working remote from Hungary. Our Finance Manager, will be leaving soon and we have someone to take her place! What a luxury! Russ will be filling in while she’s gone. Thank the Lord, there are many others helping in the Business Office from PNG and all over the world. And, it’s a good thing it’s running well as now Aaron is out of country with this medical issue.
Praise and Prayer
Aaron’s sinusitis, and that he can get back to PNG soon!
Pray for Ennis, a PNG citizen working in the Business Office. Her son was killed in election violence this July.
Stacy’s TMJ has been much better! She’s able to see a PT, who happens to be our neighbor. Pray that she would continue to improve.
The kids to do their best in school!
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Kaili (12), Stacy, Aaron, Kiera (12), and Kobe (14)
After 75 years, we’ve changed from New Tribes Mission to Ethnos360. “Ethnos” is Greek for “nations” and 360 represents the entire world. We’re hoping to reach the entire planet of 6,000+ people groups with the gospel.