IT TAKES A TEAM: Every 45 days a new people group somewhere in the world hears a clear presentation of the death, burial and resurrection of Jesus Christ in their own language through the New Tribes Missionary Team. This is possible because a team of dedicated missionaries are working together to support and keep our tribal missionaries at the front lines. But it blows me out of the water that some people do not think these strategic support team members are part of the missionary force. Someone recently asked me if I could give them the name of a “real” missionary they could support. I thought, “I am a real missionary!”
"Fear not" is the most commonly repeated command in the Bible. And before you start feeling like a wimp for having fears or concerns about becoming a missionary, think about the world-changers to whom God said "fear not,"
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.
When Jack Russell recently returned to a Simba village to translate more of God’s Word, he ran into more than the usual problems.
You know as well as I that it does not take long for well laid plans to fall apart. I remember my plans for ministry in Colombia South America. I wanted to join missionary co-workers in remote areas and begin learning a tribal language, sharing the Gospel, translating Scripture and seeing a tribal church planted. […]
“We are gathered to listen to the Creator’s book, not to fight! You also should stop your fighting and join us in listening to God’s book which tells us not to harm each other but instead to love."