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An Easter sunrise service at an altitude of 8,500 feet began a day of joyful celebration and sweet fellowship.

Missionary Lynne Strange shares a glimpse of God's powerful protection on an often-precarious journey.

Stephen Jordan triumphs in Christ to teach Firm Foundations Bible lessons to the Agutaynen people.

Malaumanda believers are glad Bible translators are putting more books in their language. Asia-Pacific, Papua New Guinea, Malaumanda People, Current News, Prayer

Five learn about church planting on a trip to the Pai Tavy Tera people.

It’s the thought that counts as the Flaugher family has an unconventional holiday.

Dao believers are encouraging hostile clan members to come listen to God's Word, but they just want to fight.

The Gerai couple is helping bring God’s Word to the Sekadaus.

Donald, Moses and Joel have taken responsibility for following God in leading the church.

L’Eglise Baptiste de la Grace commissions one of its own couples for service in a remote area.

Three men who have demonstrated leadership will take responsibility for the church.

15 new believers were baptized in a remote village.

A team from New Tribes Bible Institute gave visitors to the Big Ticket Festival in Michigan a glimpse of missionary life.

Uriay believers are beginning to realize that their walk with God is a process. Pray that the believers continue the step-by-step growth process as they learn new truths from God’s Word. Elias Struik asks for prayer that the missionary team will be clea

Jill Goring is helping Ralf Schlegel and four Dinangats check the translation of Ephesians as seven other translators watch and learn. Pray that the check produces clear direction toward a good translation, and helps with other translations.

The missionaries to the Siar people will be teaching on the life of Christ leading up to teaching about His death, burial and resurrection on Friday.Please pray that the Siars will clearly understand the Gospel and will trust in Christ by faith alone.

Matthew’s wife Dalsi died in childbirth, but he is confident he will see her again. Please pray for Matthew. Pray that he knows the comforting presence of God, and that this and his hope strengthen him to continue to be a bold witness before those who d

Bible translation in the Mwinika language runs into a snag trying to convey something that seems like it should be simple.

The older men of Paipedoe’s village made sure her new husband knew she is a follower of Jesus.

Punans are studying and teaching God’s Word, and growing.

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