Current News


One-step forward, two steps back!

"I do not Fear Death Anymore!" was one elderly man’s response to the Gospel presentation last year.

Gerolf and Mailis Wuest are still waiting for a CLA (Culture and Language Acquisition) evaluation for Gerolf.

Philip and Natalie Hansen are happy to introduce their son Louis Hansen.

Associate Julia Reeves has already been teaching at NTM’s school in Mexico for over two months.

David and Shari Ogg work among the Simbari people of Papua New Guinea.

Sasch and Charissa Schwendich and family, serve in Asia-Pacific but are currently in the USA.

Ruth Nelson continues to use her practical skills for missions.

Not willing that any should perish.

Believers’ worldview continues to be confronted and shaped by truth.

Give thanks to the Lord for all He has done.

Chris and Ingrid Hughes are continuing their preparations en route for Papua New Guinea.

Geoff and Shannon Husa desire to see Mibu believers stand their ground.

New or not so new ministry opportunities in Latin America.

The summer has turned out very different from what Norman and Bobby Murphy anticipated.

Three weeks of hard work bears great results.

"...working with humble, dedicated and diligent servants of our Lord."

Elections are over and the missionary team in the Dom are ready to get back into ministry.

Alessandro and Chantal Parrillo are resuming their Konyagi language and culture study.

David, Christine and Sarah Baxter live far from the devastation of the earthquakes.

2017-09-29 | Mexico, Prayer, Current News


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