Aaron’s software project is successfully completed! Of course, there are MANY areas to smooth out and manuals to write, but our field is operating in the new system thanks to our fantastic implementation team! Stacy is subbing at the school, on the care team, involved in hospitality, and working in the print shop, where literacy materials are put together for our tribal locations.
Covid is ravaging the villages around us here in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. So much so, that we’ve started making coffin boxes as a way to contribute to the community. Thankfully, the recent cases on our missionary center have all recovered and school is back in session in person! The province is still “high risk” so we’ve had a curfew from 2pm to 8am – it’s just been extended for 2 more weeks.
Why is literacy part of reaching tribes with the gospel?
Kobe is in Wisconsin at Ethnos360 Bible Institute, Kaili is in her junior year here in PNG, and Kiera is in 10th grade. At this point, we’re planning on coming back to America when Kaili graduates in May 2023 for a furlough.