Thank you all for praying us through the translation check. Missy’s back pain was not a hindrance to her like we feared it might be. Jason’s son Jedidiah made a full recovery and was able to enjoy a hike to the river on the last day they were here. The Amdu men who helped Missy […]
Thank you for praying for Missy, Jason and our Amdu friends as they check almost 600 verses of translated scriptures. Now on day three Missy’s back is not bothering her hardly at all. Thank you for praying specifically that way for her. Our two helpers, who have the hard task of staying mentally focused all […]
Scripture portions from the book of John and the first twelve chapters of the book of Acts being checked now.
Merry Christmas from our house to yours! The Christmas music is going full tilt in our house here in Amdu. One of our favorite things about Christmas is the music, especially the music that helps us to remember that Jesus is the consummation of all that is on God’s heart towards us. This has been […]
We have loved watching this couple’s enthusiasm grow from the early days of teaching literacy classes to the recent foundational Bible lessons we taught. They have been part of it all and the result is these sweet testimonies of God’s grace! Enjoy! And thank you for all that you do to make it possible for […]
Thank you for continuing to pray for the work God is doing here in Amdu. We started regular meetings again this week. We meet on Tuesday and Thursday mornings now. The rest of the week we meet house to house with families and smaller groups discussing their questions and reviewing what we have been teaching. […]
We are so encouraged with how God has kept Chris and Evie Jones in the race for the Gospel to the Pei people!
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 […]
In our Amdu literacy classes we make a big deal about short, nubby pencils. They represent hard work and determination.
It has been two months since we arrived Stateside from Amdu, via Northern Ireland.