What makes a tonal language so challenging? The Turu people we live and serve among, speak a language that is tonal. In English, intonation may be added to affect meaning. Consider the following two sentences: “Are we leaving now?” ending in a rising tone, would mark a question. But the sentence, “Are we leaving now?” […]
We live with the Turu people, translating and teaching the word of God. We are able to do this due to the faithfulness of our ministry partners. These partners are those of you who regularly pray for, give financially, and encourage us as we serve. A friend of ours asked if he could send a […]
We can’t afford to lose sight of what is important. There are so many things in world that can distract us from staying on mission. None of us can afford to loose sight of what God is doing and how he wants to use us. For our Turu friends, they don’t have God’s Word in […]
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Discipleship over Decisions!
As members of Ethnos360, in partnership with our sending churches, we are living in the Asia-Pacific region of the world with the task of planting indigenous churches among some of the least reached people in the world. This church planting process from start to finish usually is about a 10-15 year process. The process of making more and better disciples amongst these more isolated people groups is most effectively done, when ...