In April, Ken prepared a Papua New Guinea themed meal for the students at the Bible Institute. As he looked around the house for decor to bring in, we chuckled to see a picture he had taken back in 2003 of a couple teenagers at the mission high school in PNG. One of those young men later enrolled as a married student here. Andrea cared for their boys while his wife attended classes. Today they are missionaries in an Asian country. This couple, like a growing percentage of Ethnos360 missionaries, serve in a country that is closed to traditional missions. Instead they run a business that country needs and then are free to start Bible studies or home-churches with those they build relationships with. Throw in language-learning, culture and food adjustments, their kids’ education, and limited infrastructure–they have a big load to carry! If you know of someone in this type of ministry be sure to keep them in your prayers even when they cannot write or visit often. Another great way to stay updated on current prayer needs around the world is to check out www.ethnos360.com/pray.