It’s Monday at about 9:30 am and I am sitting in the middle of a pile of clothes and shoes and curtains and medicines and toys and books (though not many books- thank you Kindle!) and many other random items that we are trying to take back with us to PNG. My 5th grader approaches […]
I was just going through some pictures on my computer and found this one of these Hewa Bibles. Technically, they are “Scripture Portions” because we are not finished with the translation project, but it’s just easier for us both if I call them Bibles. When new books of the Bible are translated we print […]
One of the hardest events of missionary work is the death of an unbeliever among the people you are trying to reach and disciple. This is particularly difficult when you are in the language learning phase and have yet to be able to share the Gospel with your people, but only becomes somewhat easier after […]
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 ...