Please continue to pray for these newborn believers.
After 45 years serving in Colombia, it was strange for Mark and Joyce Cain to think that they would now settle down in America. Looking to retirement the following year, there was much work they still wanted to accomplish.
“I walked for three days to get here,” one of the attendees said, and another expressed the same. But who were these men?
“Our fellow missionaries with the Cubeo have had a desire that we here in the Guanano church start a Cubeo church plant by evangelizing Roberto.”
The villagers watched as the unsuspecting Sophie ate the soup laced with the most potent poison known in the jungle.
Imagine Mark and Joyce Cain’s joy at seeing those they discipled becoming the disciplers.
THE VISION Lack of rain reduced the dirt streets to nothing more than a dust bowl. But the residents of the small town in the…
Seeing an infant church become a thriving church takes time. And effort. And training.
Finally someone is there that can speak the language and understand the cultural norms.
Opposition is the catalyst God has used to grow the Guahibo church leaders and perfect the Bible translation.