Just a few weeks ago new chronological Bible teaching started among the Kaje people here in Papua New Guinea. After spending many years learning their language and culture, the missionaries (3 families: the Goheens, Myers and Meyers) are finally able to share God’s Word with them in their own language. How are they responding? (So […]
Written by Stephen and Ginger Jordan In August 2017, one of our eldest believers, Aman, said, “I will be next.” Was he referring to getting baptized? No. Was he referring to teaching a new Bible study? No. Was he referring to his own death? Yes. The day that Aman made this comment was shortly after […]
The Central Area Conference is going on this weekend here in PNG. We heard some tribal missionary reports last night – good to hear how things are going in the bush! We also got to hear testimonies from our seniors! Stacy is helping out with the screaming babies – er, I mean nursery… Fun trivia […]
End of July found us packing up our home of 15 years to move from one Ethnos360 Bible Institute to the other. Our new roles as Dean of CM/ Interns had a sharp learning curve where building work details/ordering supplies/ campus cleanliness became our jobs to organize! Thankfully, our returning student leaders had so much good advice and experience that we drew upon. Additionally, Todd and other leaders met regularly to consider decisions with the upcoming consolidation. This will continue through next summer when the Jackson campus will close.
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God is at work What disasters are taking place in the world!! One storm hasn’t passed yet or the next one is already approaching. What a terrible suffering everywhere. We hope and pray that at least you have peace in your heart through Jesus who stills the storms. We are confronted with many things on […]
Hey everyone! This past month we have been given opportunities to share with 3 churches (! We have been asking the Lord to localize the majority of our support (to make furlough travels easier and spend more time with people and less in the car) and have been blown away at the amazing ways He […]
Hello Friends! We are so excited to have a little cooler temperature now! It occasionally gets in the 90s still, but for the most part we are in the low to mid 80s. Seems like the humidity is a bit less as well. George has been spending a good amount of time learning the new […]
I like to say that I was never “called” to be become a missionary. It confuses some people. “Why would you do that with your life if you weren’t supposed to?” That’s the confusion right there. “Called” and “supposed to” aren’t the same thing. And I actually think that neither one is right when you […]
In August 2017, one of our eldest believers, Aman, said, “I will be next.” Was he referring to getting baptized? No. Was he referring to teaching a new Bible study? No. Was he referring to his own death? Yes. The day that Aman made this comment was shortly after the death of another believer. Logically, […]