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The boat he uses to get around and share God's Word sank, but no one aboard was killed.

New aircraft will ease some of the burden the aviation team faces.

Santa Claus is coming to Bible teaching. The 10-year-old Sekadau boy is learning about the One who really does know if you've been bad or good.

Just after seeing God work in hearts to bring forth more Dao believers, a Dao Bible teacher and his wife lose their only daughter to an illness.

Missionary Scott Phillips didn't know how to explain a biblical concept to the Dao Bible teachers, but the Holy Spirit did the teaching.

Five Moi men are training to take over medical work among their people.

Steve Crockett has already lost one saw, and he wasn't about to loan out the other.

The Moi believer has a long road to full recovery ahead, but is improving after malaria.

Daapooi has returned to teach God's Word in the Dao village where his friend and fellow evangelist, Wikipai, contracted a fatal illness.

Bababo may have cerebral malaria, and the care of her fellow believers has been "selfless."

Paatoma discovered the truth of God's Word in his brother's death, and now wants to take his place as a Bible teacher.

They have to work at it, since school and writing are new to them.

Jane Keller waits for her husband Zach's return while he continues to do medical flights and help where needed.

2010-02-03 | Current News, Prayer


Kendaya and others are blossoming in their faith as they absorb important truths.

Porter and Lexie Hampton hope to gain more insight on Arimtap culture.

Moi believers dealing with what all new believers do -- applying biblical principles to life.

Many unsaved Daos came to find out how they can meet Jesus.

The Punan church is reminded of their responsibility to take the Gospel to others in a three-day Christmas conference.

After three months of concentrated study in the tribe it was time to spend a few days in the city.

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