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Missionaries Naomi and Cori recently experienced an unusual house dedication.

Everyone is in fear until the right things can be done to appease the spirit of the dead man.

Missionaries Scott and Jennie Phillips are delighted to be able to help them.

Learning Nagi idioms is just one of the challenges facing missionaries who are preparing to share God’s Word.

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2011-04-22 | Prayer, Current News


“I have heard and understood God’s straight talk,” several believers testify.

In the absence of missionaries, Budik believers are taking leadership in the church.

After 15 years away, Tim and Rhonda Galipeau return to the Saluan tribe.

Uubeo hits the nail on the head when he talks about God’s power.

The Jalunga believer wants more of his people to be able to read their own language.

Liv Poulsen and Eric Stottlemyer are praying for faithful Badyarankes who will help translate Scripture and Bible lessons into the Badyaranke language.

The Sekadau people fear that if they do not perform the right ceremonies, they will go hungry.

Thirty-five literacy students pray before classes that God will enable them to learn to read.

For the past six months the teachers have faithfully taught key Old Testament stories and lessons about the life of Christ to prepare them for these final messages.

For the past six months the teachers have faithfully taught key Old Testament stories and lessons about the life of Christ to prepare them for these final messages.

Wano believers face temptation and pressure to return to the old ways.

Steve and Carolyn Crockett return to their work among the Moi people.

Dao believers are sharing Bible lessons and teaching people to read and write.

A baby gets a chance to live when another couple agrees to care for one of twins among the Nagi people.

The Tugutil man appreciates all those in the USA who interceded for him.

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