Even while we are still waiting here in Australia for our son Micah’s PNG entry permit to be issued, work on our house in the Amdu tribe is beginning!! The first two plane loads of our building materials went into the tribe last week. And we just heard that the first rows of support posts […]
…the outside of your house would look like one of these.
Hiking in Amdu This next batch of photos will give you an idea of what hiking was like for the guys while on their recent survey into Amdu. It’s impossible for pictures to fully communicate how slippery, steep and scary the hiking was at times so you may have to use your imagination – climbing […]
Look closely at these faces. We don’t know the names of most of these people, but we will soon. These are the people we are going to live among and minister to as we move into Amdu. Will you be praying even now for soft hearts and receptivity to the Gospel?
The next several blog posts will be pictures of our future home – the Amdu tribe. It’s amazing to know that these are the people to whom we will be ministering in the years to come. These mountains and trails will be our backyard. And this airstrip will be our link with the outside world. […]
Besides climbing tall papaya trees (click here to read Part 1), Luke and Titus have done a few other things here in Papua New Guinea that they wouldn’t have learned to do in Pennsylvania. Since coming to PNG, we’ve learned a lot more about banana trees. Banana trees are everywhere here and while they all […]
Living here in Papua New Guinea gives our boys the chance to do some things that they’ve never done in America! Luke and Titus, like lots of other boys the world around, like to climb trees. Normally when you think of a good climbing tree, you think of one with lots of branches, right? Well, […]
The picture here doesn’t mean much to the vast majority of people in the world. But for a small group of people in the Gende tribe tucked away in the rugged mountains of PNG, it means the world – it is a portion of God’s Word in their language! One of those Gende people […]
For those of you who enjoy seeing pictures, we wanted to share some recent ones with you. We hope you enjoy seeing a little more of what life is like here. Just click on each of the photos and that will take you to different albums on our Facebook page. Thanks for looking at our […]
Here in PNG, just about anything can be carried in a bilum (string bag) – vegetables, firewood, pigs, babies… and lots more!