Songs of praise from the ends of the earth: Emma Grace’s Song

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One of the stories Joel was able to tell over the past few weeks was a precious one. You may have seen it if you followed any of NTM’s social media channels, but the story of a little girl, Emma Grace, captured the hearts of many.

About nine years ago, a little girl was born to parents in the Moi people group in an Asian Pacific island. Her father, doubting that she was actually his child forbade the childs mother to ...

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He is risen. What’s next?

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We remembered and entered into the suffering and sacrifice, then we sweetly celebrated His resurrection. But what’s next? Is it just a joyful moment to relish in like so many other holidays? Or should we keep our eyes on what Jesus did next too?
Like you, we just celebrated Easter (and managed the feat of getting three kids and three adults out the door for a sunrise service – let’s just thank coffee for that ????) but I find myself thinking, ...
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Last Month in Pictures

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As I mentioned in our update letter, we’d have a video here and quite a few pictures to share with ya’ll! The last 2 months have been a time of adjustment and learning for our family. Most of the pictures speak for themselves, so I’ll let them do what they do best!

Aute is our primary language helper. He’s an exuberant man who’s energy seems to have no bounds. A lot of language learning is simply listening to and telling, or ...

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2016 Year in review and 2017 Plans

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2016 saw many changes to Joel’s ministry with Communications. It started out projecting to be a busy year, with more travel than previous years, as he was a part of a collaborative team of leaders’ working in several disciplines beyond Communications. But that role shifted quickly as big change came to the structure of the whole communications, development and mobilization teams. He then found himself in a much more stationary, but very much needed role of Business Administrator for the ...
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75 years and Counting

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Did you know Macon Celebrated his 75th Birthday last Christmas Day?

Did you know that NTM is celebrating 75 years of ministry in 2017? This year you will see some great articles in NTM@Work both from our past and for our hopes for the future of reaching more tribal peoples.

You are part of planting tribal churches that are grounded in the foundational truths of God’s Word, who are sharing within their communities and reaching out to neighboring communities.

Katy and I thank ...

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A Multitude of Hands

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We were recently reading a book, which was explaining how to construct a simple plastic auditorium chair.  It takes hundreds of people with combined knowledge and allied skills.  No one person can do it all.

It brought to mind missions – cross cultural discipleship – it requires a team, and the purpose of missions is far grander than that of a chair.  The ultimate purpose of missions is to bring joy to all nations, tongues and tribes so the adoration and ...

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Trusting God with my health

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hospital-gown-derm-apptBack in December, my faith was tested. I noticed a lump in my breast and of course freaked out. We live in the middle of nowhere and I will have to wait 8 months to get it checked out. Then about a month later I noticed 1, then 2 spots that looked like more basal skin cancer spots. Again, 7 months to wait. And to add to all of that, I started to have some really bad pelvis pain. Daily, I ...
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Unto All Nations

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This is the story of how a new voice, a new language, a new people was added to the chorus worshiping our Lord!

“The greatest missionary is the Bible in the mother tongue. It needs no furlough and is never considered a foreigner.” William Cameron Townsend

YembiYembi tribe has a new testament in their language now. We are all called to be a part of making disciples of all nations, near and far. Our place, our role is changing. What’s your role? ...

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Flippin’ Tables

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That girl I mentioned in my *previous post –the one I dated at age 16, who confronted me about life-long relationships and missions?  Here’s the rest of the story.

She had this mission’s thing in her head since she was about eight years of age.  Matter of fact, back then she wanted to be a missionary nurse.  But she heard about the gory stuff with blood & needles and open wounds so she dropped the nurse part and kept the missionary idea.

Fast forward ...

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