February 2012 Update – Headed North

I am not skilled to understand
What God hath willed, what God hath planned;
I only know at His right …

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Berglund Bulletin- November 2011

When I look back to the last time we updated you, I can see we have much to be thankful …

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Berglund Bulletin – September 2011

Greg’s Trip
Well, the day has arrived.  Greg leaves for Asia-Pacific in about 12 hours.  Please pray for safety …

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Greg and Pam Berglund, together with their 5 children are missionaries in Central Indonesia.  Greg is translating the Bible into the Buru Language as well as teaching and helping with community projects such as water, electric and health.   Pam homeschools their children and acts as a Homeschool consultant to other homeschooling families on the field. Buru is located in the Malukus, a series of islands in South Central Indonesia, formerly called the spice Islands. It is roughly 70 by 90 miles across. Because of the valuable spices that grow wild on Buru there has been some outside influences dating all the way back to the 1400’s. The Island was even used as a prison camp for political prisoners. There are many small towns on the coast of Buru, but the interior people have been mostly feared and avoided. They live in small villages made up of family clans and often war among themselves. They are also somewhat nomadic, moving the entire village if someone dies, and going on possum hunts for months at a time. The people we ministre to are largely Animistic, living in fear of ancestral spirits and trying to appease, bribe or trick those spirits in order…

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