1,000 people have visited the Isnag house we built for children attending Summer Hummer, Westwood Baptist Church’s summer camp. Each child was given a souvenir picture of the Isnag house and an invitation to visit our blog and learn more about how and why we made an Isnag house in the woods in Olympia. The […]
Spring has finally arrived and we are enjoying.. getting out on walks and seeing the flowers bloom. We’ve been able to catch up with friends like the Yoons, Wadsworths and many others. And have had many opportunities to share about how the Lord is blessing the Isnag. In March, Westwood Baptist had their missions weekend […]
What do missionaries do on home assignment? What do missionaries do during home assignment? We know that they are usually busy in far off places teaching Bible, translating, and doing good deeds like helping little old tribal ladies across the river. Oh, my mistake, the little old lady was helping the missionary across the river. […]
We had a great time visiting the Isnag in March. God really blessed us with good weather for flights and great language helpers who were ready and willing to help us with the comprehension testing for the book of Mark. Sylvia and Grace helped me on the balcony. And Arsali and Auntie Pinang helped Heidi […]
It was good to get back to our ministry location and we quickly got involved in ministry with our Isnag friends.
I remember the hard travel I had back in October which involved hours of riding in unsafe public vehicles and 18 hours of hiking to get to our ministry allocation and back to town again. I remember thinking, “Someday perhaps God will provide a missionary flight service.” It was hard not to dream of flying. […]
After the Bible Teaching, Madian, the lady in the blue dress, asked if it was ok for her to believe and still be a shaman. Malana, the Isnag Bible teacher, told her that she could not do that because what the shaman does is from Satan. Then Madian said, “All you people here, do not […]
I took this picture of Zane at the NTM conference this year. A few years ago the Epps were our coworkers on northern Luzon. They worked in a different language group than we do, but we would hear from them every morning at radio roll call. Shortly after their third child, Zane, was born, they […]
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