“The tears that fell freely from his face and onto my lap were tears of joy. Tears of hope. Tears of a longing fulfilled.”
“Anyone and everyone who was in the village hurried to the beach to welcome us ‘home.’”
“When we first heard it, we Mouk realized that this was big talk.”
“These guys were up the hill fighting fire. The rest of the congregation were listening to God’s Word being taught.”
Though he has suffered hardships, Martin did not stop making God’s name known to the neighbouring Lusi people.
Hearing Romans now taught in his heart language, it’s like he’s hearing for the first time.
A Mouk Missionary to the Lusi People “I’m thankful you have come so that we can share this and talk about the work that the…
After the Film Other mission boards told Mark Zook he wasn’t cut out to be a missionary. But he went to Papua New Guinea as…
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Mark worked among the Mouk people of Papua New Guinea for 14 years.