We’ve been back in Papua New Guinea for three months now. We have been living on our main mission center so I can be close to our medical clinic where I have to have blood work once a month, and so I can be close to the doctors if my pancreas decides to explode. So […]
This picture has nothing to do with this post. I’ve found that if I don’t post a tribal-ish looking picture on these posts, then no one clicks on them. I’m admitting that this pic of me hanging out and cooking dinner in a Hewa house is simply click bait. In my last post, I said […]
We are rapidly approaching our departure for PNG. I’m still not telling the internet what day we are leaving. I will tell you that we are now counting down days, not weeks or months, D A Y S. Because we love to leave these kinds of things to the last minute and because we honestly […]
We are John Michael and Jessi George. We live and work in the Hewa tribe of Papua New Guinea with our three daughters, Lucy, Mattie, and Mia. The Hewa are a large people group with many different dialects and villages that are spread out among three different Provinces of PNG. There is a small church established among the Hewa in the village where we currently live, yet there are still thousands who have never heard the Gospel in their ...