When we are a world away from our family and the spiritual warfare around us is so evident–sometimes to the point where the lines of spiritual battle and physical battle cross over and become one–we rely heavily on our support team to uphold us in prayer. As missionaries we awkwardly talk about the need for […]
Since our return to Papua New Guinea in mid-August, I, Levi, have been able to make a couple trips back into the village where we work. The drive from our support center to our village location is about 100 miles (160 km) and takes about 4 ½ hours to drive there. If you’re doing the […]
Our co-worker Daniel Hulley and I have been privileged to be able to be working on translating the New Testament into the Senglap dialect for the North Wahgi people of Papua New Guinea. The New Testament is 100% drafted and today we started what will hopefully be the final consultant check. We are currently checking […]
In mid-2009 our family left the Madang province where we served for nearly three years and joined a team of two couples working among the North Wahgi people located in the Jiwaka province of Papua New Guinea.
The people of North Wahgi, like many areas in the highlands have been highly missionized, but not evangelized. Their ancestral beliefs have been syncretized along with what partial truths and false gospels they have been taught. This has largely resulted ...