Our pilot flew a long, slow loop above the village we have called our second home away from home. We weren’t sure what condition the grass landing strip might be in so we all peered down to investigate. We could see so much more than just the landing strip from our bird’s eye view. We […]
Amdu friends of ours left the village one day on a long journey only to return later the same afternoon despite their intentions to be gone for two weeks. They said their legs got heavy and so they came home. In the Amdu universe when a person goes on a journey and their legs get […]
An important principle in disciple making is to find the hungry hearts and feed them (2 Timothy 2:2.) This was Paul’s admonition to the hungry hearted Timothy (Acts 16:1, 2) as he handed the ministry baton to his spiritual son. The context for this treasure hunt, though, is a larger group of witnesses. Paul ministered […]
Unreached people groups are isolated from the Gospel and nearly every modern convenience readily available to you and me. In order to reach these people with the Good News missionaries have to overcome extraordinary obstacles.
God has faithfully provided each step of the way since Benjamin and Missy and their four children began living with the Amdu people in Papua New Guinea. Their remote bush location means that they are unable to communicate with the outside world except via high frequency ...