Judah Hatton, Class of 2021 When we first moved into Amdu our son, Judah, was nine-and-a-half years old. Being the first born, the trail blazing fell to him. Making friends and becoming comfortable in unfamiliar settings required a huge amount of courage. Feelings of awkwardness and fear and boredom had to be regularly overcome with […]
In our last update we talked about coming out of Amdu to enjoy our annual regional conference at our support center on the coast. We’re typically out for a week or two for this event but new Covid restrictions have kept us pinned down here. We’re praying that we’ll be able to return soon to our […]
The theme of the last seven weeks here in Amdu has been, “What work was God the Holy Spirit doing in Jerusalem?” We started teaching the book of Acts mid-January and we are focusing on the work of the Holy Spirit using the geography of that book as a way to break it down in […]
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. Praise the Lord with us that after eight years of preparation the Gospel has been clearly preached and the ...