In this universally challenging year, we are finding silver linings in our first year of living in the bush. Three blessings come to mind.
Pray for continued growth and maturity for the Biem people.
Canadians John and Joyce Meerstra serve with Ethnos360 Aviation in Papua New Guinea. As a pilot in Papua New Guinea, John is considered an Essential…
Please continue to pray for strength and stamina. Also, pray that this group of newly baptized believers will continue to live in light of the fact that Jesus is both the Lord and the Christ.
God Remembered Them Brian and Kelly Helmuth minister in Papua New Guinea with Ethnos360 Aviation. Lying on Kelly’s lap was a small Menyan child fast…
Landslides sounds like thunder. They start as a distant rumble, build, then fade away—but leave behind more than an echo.
Topa Tamana didn’t stand out in their minds. But it didn’t take long to learn that this introverted man was one of the village shamans, a man with great influence within the community, whose status also resulted in wealth.
An Interrupted Journey “Amdu friends of ours left the village one day on a long journey only to return later the same afternoon despite their…
Many moons ago, a nervous me landed in our bush village between the Mengen valleys and mountains. During this time, I met Brus and his wife Apite.
It was then that I was told that Gabi suffers from seizures, up to three times a week. His family wanted him to stop traveling to teach, but he shared that God’s Word was too great to stop teaching.