I start by saying a BIG THANK YOU to you guys for your help and supporting the Mengen Work in New Britain! Through God’s Grace He has planted His church and He is growing His church! Why are we still here? During one of our recent trips I was reminded of our calling by the following words […]
Hi Friends We have been back in PNG for about 3 months now, and it’s about time to give a quick update about what’s been happening. Marie will be working on some personal news, and I will share a bit of a ministry update with you all. Reunited with coworkers –Since we have been back, […]
HI FRIENDS We are getting ready to go back to Papua New Guinea soon, and I thought it would be good to give you guys a bit of information on what our plans look like for the next term. A term would mean about 2 years for us, as we are needing to settle Naomi […]
Thanks so much for praying and supporting us over the years. Here is a clip of some of the Mengen believers.
Here we are again, 50 days before we leave for our HOME in Papua New Guinea! Are we super busy, excited and a little frazzled? Yes, Yes, Yes! We have throughout the year tried to pace ourselves and make the best of each opportunity, tried to spread out our appointments so that no bottle neck happens […]
As you know we are not working among the Mengen on our own! We are part of a much larger team. It all starts back here at home and stretches all the way to where we are working. And each link is vital. Check out this blog, and see how you can be part of this chain reaching the Mengen.
Before we enter any people group, we first conduct different surveys. We thus first visit specific people groups who often invite us to come and live amongst them, to help us evaluate what the need is and to present to them the purpose of what we are wanting to come and do. Last year I […]
Heres a couple of clips, that gives you bit of an idea of what home is for us. Check out these next clips…
The “hausboi” is a Pidgen term, for a men’s house. In Mengen they call it “Giunga.” In our Mengen culture, this is a house only for men. Young boys used to leave their homes and move into the men’s house when they are between 10 – 13 years old and then they get introduces to […]
The First time I met Gabi, was on a survey to the villages of Mar-Mar on the South coast of the Mengen people group. I went there with a few Mengen young men, with the purpose of visiting a few families that have been asking us to come to them and teach them Gods Word. […]