Pete and Liesl Hypki remember well the day they began their journey toward the hearts and lives of the Nahuatl people and the remote village…
After a long wait, it becomes increasingly clear that God’s planting and harvesting timetables are perfect.
Reaching unreached people has its challenges, Susie Locklin says. Sometimes, she explains, it’s pretty difficult to figure out just who those unreached people actually are and where exactly they are located.
By the traditions of Nahuatl culture, Humberto had every right to shoot back.
The struggles for new believers in Christ remind Aaron Luse of his newborn daughter’s needs.
It’s a hard season–will you pray for the Mankins family and their Tobo co-workers?
There are many miles and many striking contrasts between the Riepmas’ two homes.
God’s Word is the focus of Rachel’s long upriver journeys.
Missionaries invest their lives in something of eternal value and sometimes it’s fun, too.
Some believers have hard choices to make and hard lives to live.