17 12, 2015

God Does The Connecting

By |December 17th, 2015|News, Papua New Guinea|0 Comments

Trevor and Judy Clarke, NZ New Tribes Mission representatives, first met Stephanie during a class where they shared about […]

26 07, 2015

See the Mwinika Bible Translation Through to Completion

By |July 26th, 2015|News, Bible translation, Africa, Mozambique, Mwinika People|0 Comments

Beyond Thankful
Sherife was more than just a Mwinika man to Bible translator Phil Henderson. He was a fellow believer, […]

19 07, 2015

Prevent Hewa Women from Being Murdered

By |July 19th, 2015|News, Prayer Requests, Asia-Pacific, Papua New Guinea, Hewa People|0 Comments

An Outbreak of Measles
After an outbreak of measles in Papua New Guinea brought death to the Hewa village, a […]

19 07, 2015

Church Planting Requires the Church

By |July 19th, 2015|News|0 Comments

How Many People Did You Say?
6,823. According to PeopleGroups.org, that’s the number of unreached people groups around the world. […]

5 07, 2015

From Troublemaker to Disciple-maker

By |July 5th, 2015|News, Latin America, Mexico|0 Comments

Off to a Bad Start
“At a young age, I became a problem for my family, my friends and school,” […]

28 06, 2015

Dogfights, Mud and the Truth

By |June 28th, 2015|News, Bible translation, Latin America, Paraguay, Manjui People|0 Comments

The crowd waited expectantly, their attention flitting between Gordie speaking and the stacks of plastic-wrapped Manjui New Testaments. And then the long-awaited moment came. The Manjui pastors and leaders ripped away the packaging and began passing out the New Testaments.

21 06, 2015

Ameilia’s dad wasn’t there

By |June 21st, 2015|Triqui People, News, Latin America, Mexico|0 Comments

A Familiar Story
The story he was reading was remarkable. It was about a young girl whose life, by all […]

14 06, 2015

A Form of Religion Without the Relationship

By |June 14th, 2015|Triqui People, News, Latin America, Mexico|0 Comments

Miguel Peña didn’t start out to be a missionary. As a chemical engineer, he worked for 15 years for […]

7 06, 2015

The Church is not the Steeple

By |June 7th, 2015|Guahibo people, News, Latin America, Colombia|0 Comments

The Church Is not the Steeple
What does a tribal church look like? Does it have a steeple? A cross […]

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