The Sanapaná live and die with no clear gospel witness in their own language and culture. While visiting this tribal community, our friends took us for a walk around the village. At the end of a path was our ultimate destination, a man the missionaries called “Grandpa.” We brought fresh tereré along with us in case he […]
My feet hurt from walking all day, and they were cracked and bleeding from the dry ground. As I walked through the dust on the way back from hunting, I thought about what the kids would say when I came home empty handed again. They would cry. They cried a lot lately. Sure enough, everyone […]
Few can apreciate and understand all of what takes place within the church planting process. It’s no ones fault, there’s just no way to truly apreciate it unless you’re out there doing it. With bible teaching, translation, literacy, and other such jobs standing in the forefront, we fail to even realize what our missionaries are […]
Jared and Leah, along with their two kids, have lived in Paraguay since 2014. During that time, they’ve studied Paraguayan Spanish and culture, moved to the Chaco region where the majority of Paraguays people groups lived, and moved into a small tribal village where the Sanapaná are located. They’re currently in the beginning stages of Sanapaná language and culture study, and hope to one day have the chance to share God’s Word in its entirety in the heart language and ...