Our senior class will graduate this Saturday, May 21st. By the activity around our NTBI campus, you’d think it was tomorrow. One student put it this way on a recent Facebook post, “Ephesians test today, and several assignments and tests due as the semester winds up. Please be praying for the seniors (the class ahead […]
How fitting that the Akolet people of Papua New Guinea should hear the story of Jesus’ death and resurrection during the Easter season! Just a couple of weeks ago, like a tsunami, new life flooded onto a tiny island just off the coast of New Britain. Epic battles were waged here during WWII, but none […]
Psalm 107:1-3 1 Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever. 2 Let the redeemed of the LORD tell their story— those he redeemed from the hand of the foe, 3 those he gathered from the lands, from east and west, from north and south. Below is a portion of […]
Missions is often thought of as a man's domain. In the Bible God used many women in pivotal roles to further His plan for the salvation of mankind. The stories of Ester, Ruth, and Mary, are well known. What part do women play in modern-day missions?
What is the connection between New Tribes Bible Institute and teaching tribal people to read and write their own language?
November and December were busy months at our NTBI – Waukesha campus. By this weekend, things will be very quiet.
As we watched 78 of our students dressed in their black caps and gowns receive their diplomas, we were reminded of 1 Corinthians 12, where Paul likened the Church to a physical body with many parts. Over the past 2 years, we have come to know a number of these students to a degree that […]
Many of our NTBI graduates are planning a career in missions. Could it be that they don't know what they're in for?
When was the last time you were "blown away" by some truth you learned in the scriptures? Tribal people are losing sleep over simple truths that we take for granted.
The beginning of a new year is a good time to reflect back. It's also an appropriate time to look ahead. But, without the proper focus, we can find our hearts heavy with regret or fearful about what might lie before us.