Paiye of the Moi tribe tells the Easter story in his own words. This is a short video that shows the depth of understanding of the Gospel and the true meaning of Easter.
"No longer looking over my Shoulder" “I was constantly startled and fearful before I knew the Creator’s talk,” shares Iyodotabo
The hot, muggy day was made more uncomfortable by riding all morning in a dugout canoe. Dugouts are never comfortable, and I wasn’t looking forward to following this up with a three-hour trek through the jungle.
From Email sent by Rich Brown. Yesterday a message was passed on (via SSB radio) from our coworkers who had been contacted by one of our Moi friends, Kendaya, that many of the Moi are severely sick. We heard that many others from a nearby language group are also sick and many have died. We […]
47 years and counting
Early mornings in Simbariland are a photographer's paradise. Round houses seem to float in the fog while cooking fires push smoke up through the thatched roofs.