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After a long absence, helicopter service is making its contribution to reaching tribal people in the Asia-Pacific region.

Environmental and cultural challenges result in praise to God.

When the initial answer was no, missionaries chose to pray.

A trip to the Lauje people helped visitors see what God is doing in the tribe.

Building their houses is taking the McClain and Flaugher familes one step closer to ministry among the Elseng people.

Missionaries Scott and Jennie Phillips prepare to teach Dao believers how to bring God's Word to other villages.

Thinking about God's Word, a Moi man repents of his decision to kill a little girl.

Some Sekadaus have combined their traditional beliefs with a veneer of Christianity.

A Moi man, assuming his wife's baby is not his, attempts to choke his newborn daughter to death.

Missionary Scott Meyer adjusts to new responsibilities as regional administrator.

Naomi Christenson prayed for Sekadaus to teach God's Word, and God answered.

Tribal church meeting shows how God is working in the Asia-Pacific region.

Adjusting to local culture stretches missionaries in a good way.

Missionary Craig Cassel visited the Wana people and challenged them to plant churches in neighboring people groups.

A Punan believer sticks to his faith despite cultural pressures to do the opposite.

Traditional Morop weddings are very different from what we're used to.

Wikipai and Daapoi are teaching as many as they can.

Two couples have uprooted their lives to reach the unsaved in another area.

Despite a fear of water, thirteen Moi believers were baptized recently.

Michael and Amy Hutteman hope that showing God's love opens doors to share God's Word.

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