This 16 year old Nukak girl gave birth to this baby a week ago. Now she is out on the swampy jungle trail to help gather acai berries. She nursed that little baby without missing a step wading down the trail. Apparently the Nukak do not have maternity leave.
We Don’t Speak Japanese – 日本語を話さない My teen years were spent living on the banks of the Amazon River with my missionary parents. Yes, I have piranha, electric eel, alligator, peacock bass and monkey-hunting stories. And then there was that anaconda incident. I digress. Let me get back to my story. One night the generator for […]
This was crazy! Impossible. But I replied, “Yes, we will go.”
NTM: Why, Where and How… read about what keeps Macon and Katy focused and faithful to the Call of God on their lives. MACON AND KATY HARE “God is doing incredible things throughout the world using ordinary people to plant tribal churches. We get to tell their stories. These are not just any stories. These are God’s stories”….macon Serving with New Tribes Mission in Colombia, SA for 25 years gave Macon and Katy first-hand experience in tribal church planting, administration and maintaining a day-to-day willingness to be used of God as He desires.