The Greatest Gift of All
Christmas is just around the corner. The time of year when we give gifts in remembrance and honor of the greatest gift of all — the gift of salvation that came through God sending His only Son.
They didn’t know Him.
Last year the Tangguat people of Papua New Guinea weren’t able to celebrate the birth of Jesus with us. How could they? They didn’t know Him. But this year? It’s a different story.
The story of the Tangguat people is intricately woven into the backstory of what God first did among their Inapang neighbors. After experiencing God’s saving grace, the Inapangs partnered with the missionaries to reach their neighbors, the Tangguats. It’s a great story that I’m working on for the lead article in the March issue of the NTM@work magazine.
It brings a smile to my face when I think how this year the Tangguats can celebrate the birth of Jesus right along with us.
A Time to Celebrate
Speaking of celebrating, I’m looking forward to heading north to celebrate Christmas with three of my sons. It’ll also be great to reconnect with extended family and friends over the holidays.
I wish you a Merry Christmas a Happy New Year!