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A 20-minute helicopter flight transplants missionaries into the world of the Elsengs.

Ke'Tomas now gives God's Word to his fellow Semandangs.

Missionaries are taking essential steps to begin a ministry among the Elseng people.

Paul and Bella Gervasi have returned from home assignment to resume Bible teaching among the Sekadau people.

While life from outside creeps in on a Morop village and missionaries work hard at learning culture and language, God brings some encouragement.

Missionaries Ron and Nita Berglund have witnessed much progress among the Semandang people.

Sixty men are teaching and discipling hundreds of other Laujes, and the demand will increase as more learn to read.

Wikipai, a Dao Bible teacher, turned to God instead of the witchdoctor during a recent illness.

Moi literacy students demonstrate compassion after their actions were hurtful to a fellow student.

Moi believers observe the Lord's Supper for the first time.

Missionary candidates are doing on-the-job training in a tribe.

Missionaries will meet with Elseng leaders this week to emphasize their purpose for moving into the tribe.

Yuspiter and Nomad and their families will reunite with family and friends after completing their training with NTM Aviation.

Only a few tears were shed for a Morop man when he died Monday, leaving missionaries wondering whether wailing or silence was worse.

A crippling knee injury has a Dao man, Wusimpa, giving up hope, but a friend brought encouragement.

Missionary Steve Manda makes a grueling trip up a steep mountain to help spread the Gospel message.

An Arimtap man is being trained to help with his community's health care.

Missionaries and their families have chosen the place to begin a church-planting ministry.

Carolyn Rowan is learning more of the language to help in a church planting ministry.

Sad and disappointing news was exchanged as an Elseng man visited missionaries last week.

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