The Pain Of Learning Language…

Learning a tribal language has proven to have many difficulties and setbacks. Progress for me has been slow and sometimes …

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Please pray…please!!!

The following is an e-mail we received today from our co-worker, Susan Kopf letting us know about the ongoing measles …

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Thanksgiving Egg Hunting…

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The fam… Well, since getting married back in December of ’04, Jessi and I haven’t slowed down. We spent the first couple years of our marriage in full-time student ministry, followed by a year of missionary work in East Asia, training with New Tribes Mission, and now taking the good news of Jesus to the unreached tribal groups in Papua New Guinea. Along the way we’ve had three beautiful little daughters. Lucy, she’s the fast moving blur in most of our family pictures; Mattie, our contemplative deep thinker; and last to come along is Mia Kate, who is giving Lu a run for her money. Since we were married, we’ve moved more times than I care to count throughout 3 different states and three different countries. We never really know what to expect in our lives, but we are certain of two things. God loves us like crazy and we want to share that love with those who need it! So what does “tribal church planting” look like? Simply put, “tribal church planting” is taking the Gospel message to unreached people groups with hopes of seeing a mature, self-functioning, and missional church established among the indigenous people. In a nutshell,…

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