Yesterday I found myself browsing through the Bible book store searching for a gift. One thing in particular I was looking for was a bible with water resistant pages. As I gazed up and down the shelves devoted to bibles, I was overwhelmed with emotion. I have heard it before in many missions focused sermons, […]
It is finally sinking in! Up until this point, the thought of moving to New Guinea has been a distant one. It has for so long existed in the “someday” category of our minds. Now, reality has put it’s foot down, we are leaving in four measly months!
Sitting with that awful yet wonderful smell of campfire smoke saturating my being I pause after sipping my hot mug of Emergen-C. I can hear and see our camp neighbors on all sides. Across the way a young boy joyfully exclaims in a shrill manner that he had just peed on a tree. To the […]
We as a family are church planters among the Kaje people of Papua New Guinea. We moved to Papua New Guinea (PNG) in January of 2014. We spent our first year in country learning the national language, Tok Pisin. We also considered among which people group the wanted us to plant a church. Through many prayers and conversations we decided in faith that we would make our home among the Kaje people along with our amazing coworkers, Jon and Jen ...