Anthony, Kara Linn, and Hosanna Haskins
We are both Texas natives and currently call Fort Worth home. Our desire is to soon call Papua New Guinea home to see the people reached with the gospel and to have access to the Bible in their own language. We specifically would like to translate the Bible into one of Papua New Guinea’s remaining 450+ languages that have no scripture.
While attending the University of Tulsa, Anthony took Perspectives and was exposed to Ethnos360 and the idea of Bible translation. At the age of eight, Kara Linn’s family moved to Papua New Guinea and her parents have since translated the New Testament into the Tigak language. We hope to follow in their faithful example and do the same with another people group.
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Our goal is to see a thriving church for every people in Papua New Guinea, which is easier said than done! That’s why we have more than just a goal, we have a plan. We will not only share the gospel but we will take those new believers on to mature disciples. We anticipate at least 15 years to complete this goal. Lord willing, and with your prayers, we will see it through.
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Papua New Guinea is home to over 830 different people groups each with their own language. In addition, more than half of these people groups do not have a single verse of scripture translated into their heart language. There is a tremendous need for clear teaching of the Bible in a culturally understandable way.
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Ethnos360 seeks to see a thriving church for every people. They want to be a part of finishing the Great Commission and seeing every people group reached.
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