This 16 year old Nukak girl gave birth to this baby a week ago. Now she is out on the swampy jungle trail to help gather acai berries. She nursed that little baby without missing a step wading down the trail. Apparently the Nukak do not have maternity leave.
We Don’t Speak Japanese – 日本語を話さない My teen years were spent living on the banks of the Amazon River with my missionary parents. Yes, I have piranha, electric eel, alligator, peacock bass and monkey-hunting stories. And then there was that anaconda incident. I digress. Let me get back to my story. One night the generator for […]
This was crazy! Impossible. But I replied, "Yes, we will go."
Katy and Aly hit the streets of Bogota
We can’t “make disciples of all nations” if we don’t send workers to all nations. It has been 2000 years since Jesus came to earth. How much longer will these people groups have to wait before we take them the Gospel? Who exactly are these people groups and where do they live?
LIVES LIVED FOR GOD In the darkness just before dawn on March 9, 1944, Audrey Bacon called out for help. Joe Moreno heard her and fetched the doctor, who helped her deliver a little girl. Audrey named her Avis Marie — the name her father, Dave, had picked out months ago, before he went missing […]
I Will Never Forget This Lady
Did you know Macon Celebrated his 75th Birthday last Christmas Day? Did you know that NTM is celebrating 75 years of ministry in 2017? This year you will see some great articles in NTM@Work both from our past and for our hopes for the future of reaching more tribal peoples. You are part of […]