You know those moments when you realize something big, something important, has just occurred and so a shiver runs through your body? Yesterday, I enjoyed one of those moments. A young Pal believer directed the Church meeting immediately following the teaching. He asked the congregation if they agreed with the proposal set before them, and […]
Hey everybody. I thought I should write an update for those of you who were praying for my doctor visit. It went really well! Thanks for praying. The doctor (Chris calls him GI Jeff!) was good about listening to our ideas and trying to understand our situation, and he is willing to continue to communicate […]
We wanted to let you know where we will be sharing, and when, so if you would like to come hear about what God has been doing in our lives and the work He has done in Papua New Guinea, you can plan accordingly. Also, we want to let you know we are available and […]
The last lesson has been taught. On Wednesday we shared with them that Jesus went back to heaven after God raised him from the dead, and that he is going to come back again someday. It was the last in a long line of Gospel lessons we’ve been teaching every day since August, and God […]
Today, Friday, was the 8th day of teaching and things are going great! The people are hungry for the truth, are coming every day, and are hanging on every word.
There are lots of things happening in Pal land. Cole celebrated his 7th birthday a short time ago. He enjoyed the gifts he received, and we all enjoyed the cake and ice cream. We started a new school year for the kids last week and now all four of them are doing school. (Oofta!) A […]
We’re going to have very limited internet access until March 6th, so there will be no blog posts for awhile. So sorry. When we get back we’ll tell you all about bush orientation. If you want to email us, please use firstname.lastname@example.org. You may be waiting a few weeks for a reply, but we will […]
We’re off on Bush Orientation Monday, January 23. We’ll be 6 weeks in Wusuraambya, a tribe where there’s another missionary family working and an established Church. It’s about a half hour flight from here on one of NTMA’s little planes. We’ll continue our Tok Pisin study while there and also spend time following the missionaries […]