After years of learning the culture and the language of the Maliyali people, the missionary team is finally able to communicate the most important message in the world! Starting at the beginning of the story (Genesis means “beginning”), they have made it as far as Exodus 10. The Maliyali had this to say about the king, Pharoah:
“This king thought he could get the God who created all things to bow his head in shame, no way! This king doesn’t know this one true God, look at His power. The head of this king is filled up with pride – it’s the biggest head we have ever seen. God said it, He is going to get them back, we are just waiting to see how.”
Please pray for the Rimestads, the Earls, and the Muellers as they communicate this MOST important message – and for the Maliyali people to believe it!
Stacy ran the VBS for the missionaries in the central area of PNG! She had a great time! She’s also teaching classes in 2nd and 3rd grade, is a member of the care team, and helps manage a coffee house ministry for the teens and the community.
Aaron has only 8 months to finish well in the Business Office. Pray that God would provide a Business Manager to replace him!
In May, as we announced a few months back, we will be going back to America for at least 3 years to get our kids settled into American culture. Aaron and Stacy will be serving at the Ethnos360 Bible Institute (EBI). Kaili will be graduating from high school in May, the next day she turns 18, and the next day, she leaves her home forever! There are going to be some big changes coming up for us!
Kobe is doing well at EBI. His cousins stopped for a quick visit!
We sure do miss Kobe here in Papua New Guinea. The girls are doing great! Kaili is enjoying her senior year and Kiera is keeping busy – she is quite the entrepreneur!
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Last chance for a visit to PNG! We’d love to show you around! Since we are leaving in May for at least 3 years, the time is short. We’re headed out in about 7 1/2 months!