During our last term in Guinea Kirk and Masalu finished translating the initial, “mother tongue” draft of Romans in the Landuma language. There still remain several checks it must go through before it is considered a finished translation. One of these is the content check. Our coworker Dan has been working on doing this, going […]
As you can see from this graph, the number of new Ebola cases in Guinea continues to rise each month, from one in February to over 400 in October. This does not bode well for our soon return.
“Praise be to the Lord , the God of my master Abraham, who has not abandoned his kindness and faithfulness to my master. As for me, the Lord has led me on the journey to the house of my master’s relatives.“ Genesis 24 :27 We had planned to return last month to […]
Over the years as we have lived with the Landumas we have seen many babies born and grow up, and then get married and have babies of their own. We have also seen many who were old when we arrived get older, and many have died. Tractor Abu | One man who has always been […]
BOOK PUBLISHING As we continue on here in the States, dealing with our health issues, Kirk has been busy working on some projects directly related to our work among the Landumas. Part of what we do in church planting is to produce written materials for the Landumas. The books we publish include Landuma fables and […]
From March 9 2014 Rogers Report… We are grateful for the many who have prayed for the village church building project for the Jesus believers among the Landuma people. Thank you! While we have been praying for paperwork to get done providing official permission for the land and structure, that construction would begin soon, etc., […]
There is a new article about the Landuma church building project in our village. Click here to read. And thanks for praying!
History Over the history of the Landuma church, Sunday worship meetings have been held in various places. At first, we met with the 2 initial believers in a missionary’s yard, office, or porch. The village leadership had made it clear that they had loaned us the land for us to live on, and that is […]
Our youngest child, Kayla, is no longer a child! She graduated from high school on May 2, and is now a certified adult. We thank God for how He has worked and is working in her life to mold her into the person He wants her to be. Please PRAY for Kayla in the coming […]
“Would you mind giving a ride to this young lady here?” The question came from a soldier at a checkpoint. These checkpoints are common here along the major roads. Usually we are waved through after a friendly greeting and a quick explanation of my identity – “I’m a pastor with La Mission Evangélique de Boké.”