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?
Reflecting on God’s faithfulness this past year, praising Him for growing my (Brandy) faith and deepening my love for the unreached tribes of Papua New Guinea who are in darkness. It was as quick as a finger flipping the light switch off. I was in a luminous room full of hope and laughter then in […]nothing?
Eight tribal churches, with eight completely different languages, come together to put on a leadership conference.nothing?
We had the amazing privilege on August 26th to attend our first Bible dedication. If you remember our first term here when we were finishing our language study we chose to do a bush orientation. To live out in a tribal location for 6 weeks. We spent our orientation in Dom! When we heard that […]nothing?
Jim & Judy Burdett celebrating the New Testament bible dedication after having spent 30 years with the people of Dom, Papua New Guinea. For more on their story, check out their blog post. Dom New Testament Dedication!nothing?
You may not have read about it in the paper, or heard about it on the evening news, but history was made recently. The first-ever Iski literacy class just graduated its first students! That’s right, for the first time in HUMAN HISTORY, a mixed group of Iski men, women, and children were able to stand […]nothing?
The other day, we had a bit of a shindig in our village, celebrating the graduation of our first Iski literacy class. It was a fun time. The people did mini-dramas depicting different Iski historical moments, they had singing groups perform songs they had written especially for the occasion, there were speeches, there was food, […]nothing?
Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit by itself, unless it abides in the vine, neither can you, unless you abide in me. John 15:4 The Dinangat Church A few weeks ago we heard the sad news that several believers from the second Dinangat church in T. listened to […]nothing?
DOM I had the great privilege of attending the Dom Bible Dedication this past Friday. This dedication culminates 40 years of hard work with the Dom Tribe in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. A number of visitors from the US, Canada and the UK came for the dedication. Colin Lamb began the work in […]nothing?
We recently received an audio recording from a Simbari believer named Ellen. She was full of emotion as she shared these words which we just finished translating from Simbari into English. My name is Ellen and I’m going to share my testimony with you. Very good. When I was young and my mother and father […]nothing?