Our applications for entry into PNG were approved, but as you may have heard, we’re still waiting for the official stamps to be entered into our passports. The process is taking longer than expected for several reasons. Someone important in the immigration office of PNG died this week, some offices have been moving, and computers have been down. So, our passports are in the safe keeping of the Papua New Guinea embassy in Washington DC.
NTMA has been working really hard at getting the flight program back on track, a process that has been going on for a couple of years now. On Dec 10, two of our pilots were checked out by the aviation authority in PNG to be able to train and check our own pilots! ...
If you’re on our facebook page, you’ll know that a couple days ago we posted that some big news was coming! So, drum roll please!!!!!
NTM USA home office has given us the green light to head to the field!
That’s excellent news, and a wonderful Christmas surprise. After talking with the USA home office and the field, it looks like we’re planning on a late January or early February departure, which will be here before we know it!
Thankfully the Lord knew ...
Let me try and summarize:
It seems like we all had medevac on the brain; there was something like 1 a week during August. Each medevac is different and requires its own debriefings (departmental and leadership). Our processes have to be continually evaluated and revised. Josh was doing a ...
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? ...
You may not have read about it in the paper, or heard about it on the evening news, but history was made recently. The first-ever Iski literacy class just graduated its first students! That’s right, for the first time in HUMAN HISTORY, a mixed group of Iski men, women, and children were able to stand up in front of a crowd of people and read stories that they had written themselves IN THEIR OWN LANGUAGE!
The significance of this special day ...