While most people would agree that this past year has been extremely difficult, I though I would take a moment to mention just a few things we are grateful for during the past twelve months. In October of 2019 we were grateful for provisions to bless our daughter and two of her classmates with a […]
A few months back, my wife and I had the privilege of participating in the Summer Youth Missions Camp with our national co-workers. Our theme for that camp was #ethneforjesuskami, based on Rev. 7: 9-10. Translated that means, Reaching People for Jesus is Who We Are. What a blessing it was for my wife and […]
What has impressed me most however through all of that was how our team came together as scripture says to bear one anothers burdens.
By God’s grace, many of you have played a huge role in allowing for our return to the Philippines, refreshed and encouraged. We praise Him for each of you.
How do you translate, starting a new life? ... “Parang panibagong buhay kami” (Seems we’re starting a new life).” That’s what it feels like for us as we prepare to head back to the Philippines in June.
...praise be to Him, the Lord of the harvest, that these people now too are no longer unreached.
Following the first missionary journey of Paul the Apostle and Barnabas, scripture states that they returned to Antioch from where they had been sent...
...taking time to rest and recover when needed is a necessary part of the missionary life.
Last November, when disaster struck the Philippines by way of Typhoon Haiyan, New Tribes Missions of the Philippines went straight into relief and recovery mode. If you haven’t already, check out our update in April, Dealing with Disaster, for a closer look at what this looked like. Since then, relief and recovery has continued and […]
it takes a team of people to help encourage and guide ... to help new missionaries become successful in the ministry God calls them to.