We have now been in PNG for a year and 3 months. The time has literally flown by. It is such a great privilege to be a part of the team that is planting churches amongst remote people groups. As a pilot I get to see the missionaries who are working in the remote tribes […]nothing?
I hiked to Emo’s hut on the banks of the Yif River on June 13, and when I arrived, Emo was very happy to show me his brand new house and the garden his family planted in the river valley. “Why did you leave your brother’s house on the ridge top to move here,” […]nothing?
Our kids have the amazing opportunity of growing up in Senegal. It is true that there are challenges they face with the constant transitions and good byes. They are part of many worlds and cultures and yet not fully part of any. However we love celebrating with them some of the fun parts of life. […]nothing?
CHURCH With all the other aspects of our ministry and travels we have limited time here in our own community and church, but the moments we have we consider precious. Our church here has become part of our home and our family. We love the opportunity to be involved in body life here and the […]nothing?
The second main reason we travel is to participate in training seminars. Our goal, as a field, for our church planters is to limit the amount of time they are forced to come out of the village. So we try to have different personnel from our field participate in training sessions that they can then […]nothing?
So as you have now heard, New Tribes Mission is now Ethnos 360. The change has been met with a lot of positive feedback from many of you. Thank you for being involved in a ministry to the point where you care what is going on behind the scenes! All around the world, rapid technological […]nothing?
Return to Papua New Guinea David has been drafting portions of the Old Testament and is on the last chapter of the book of Genesis. Now we are just a couple weeks away from returning to Papua New Guinea. We are thankful for the time we have had here to be with our family, friends […]nothing?
Chandler and I were given the opportunity to attend an ALW (Advanced Language Workshop) that Ethnos360, founded in 1942 as New Tribes Mission, offers periodically in different parts of the world. The purpose of the workshop is to learn about discourse analysis. Discourse analysis is how we organize what we say so that people can […]nothing?
Last week a well-drilling team from Friends in Action-UK visited our village in the Zanzan region of northern Ivory Coast. They were able to find three good sources of safe, clean water for the community. We are thankful for their hard work and testimony to the villagers. 35 second video of well drillingnothing?
Our team here among the Iski has been receiving an abundant amount of attention lately, because we have just finished up a fairly exciting season of our ministry: we just presented the Gospel to our village, in their heart language, for the first time. Lots of people we’ve never met have written very kind things […]nothing?