About a week ago, we had the chance to be a part of a conversation that was live streamed to our local church’s social media community on Facebook and YouTube. It was fun, it was unique, it was delayed…all of the above, but it was also an encouragement. We are blessed to be a part […]
Right before this transition begins in earnest (see the previous post if you’re not sure what transition we’re talking about), the “Home Assignment” we’ve had for the last six months is coming to a close. Remember, we had been taking that time away from the regular ministry responsibilities to work on fund-raising for our monthly […]
I made a little video to remind people that when you write a check, it should be made out to Ethnos360 with a note saying who its for. Check it out on Youtube:
I started writing this post a while ago*, I’ve been reflecting on barriers Jesus had to work out in me before I’d budge and come to the foreign mission field. Right now, Papua New Guinea has quite a few roles that need to be filled. Teachers for when the school can open again, skilled tech […]
Support Update (Good News!) I want to share an inspiring analogy here about how things are going for us, but I don’t think that it’s needed. What is needed is being provided! We’ve been praying throughout the slow-down we’ve all been in and are still walking through, that God would resume His work in the […]
Wow. Time absolutely flies! Although it’s hard to believe, our departure is truly just around the corner. In many ways it feels like we have reached our goal of actually going to the mission field where the Good News is so desperately needed. But in even more ways, we are reminded that this is just the beginning. We have come […]
Today’s update is the third update of the Potter Mission and maybe one of the most important. We hope you’ll read or watch the whole thing! Let me first of all say, WE HAVE GOOD NEWS to report. We’ll get to that in a second. But first you should know that this is a long update. But, we […]
As you know we are not working among the Mengen on our own! We are part of a much larger team. It all starts back here at home and stretches all the way to where we are working. And each link is vital. Check out this blog, and see how you can be part of this chain reaching the Mengen.
Before we enter any people group, we first conduct different surveys. We thus first visit specific people groups who often invite us to come and live amongst them, to help us evaluate what the need is and to present to them the purpose of what we are wanting to come and do. Last year I […]
We were so blessed to have two NTMPNG co-workers visit us in the village to help us to do the things we cannot do for ourselves. As a result, we have gone from living off the grid, to being plugged in to a world half a world away! Before we were just village grapevines being bypassed in an internet age.