“If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing poorly,” Aaron Luse said from the podium, sounding very authoritative.
“Brother, they have driven us out of our home in the village again, but we are not worried about this hardship.”
Is the church ready for us to say “goodbye”? Can we trust God with them?
Not all missionaries start out wanting to be missionaries. Paul Fleming, the man who founded NTM in 1942, was no exception.
The struggles for new believers in Christ remind Aaron Luse of his newborn daughter’s needs.
Transformation was in evidence everywhere at this recent believers’ conference.
The Luse family, and many other missionaries like them, are looking past the conveniences and comforts of earth to a much higher goal.
A Patpatar woman talked with Lori Luse about her freedom in Christ.
Patpatar hearts have responded to the gospel this year after a very long wait.
Believers from four tribes meet together for three days of teaching and fellowship.