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The Moi man gave up the first time he tried to learn to read and write, but recently completed the course.

Missionaries among the Saluan people are helping speed the process of Bible translation.

Missionary Carolyn Crockett takes a Moi mother and baby to "town" for medical help and has some interesting experiences.

After harvesting their crops all day, the Bihak couples hear evangelistic Bible lessons in the evenings.

Scott Flaugher and Jareb McClain are looking for a place to begin ministry among the remote Elseng people.

Wana believers are eager for help reaching out to unreached communities.

A Dao believer, Yusupi, no longer closes his door at night. He now knows that God's power is greater than the evil spirits he once feared.

Missionary pilot Daren Spence and his family started off the New Year with the Punan people of the Asia-Pacific region.

Missionary pilot Paul Wilhelmson waited at the closest airport while a missionary family made an 11-hour trip to meet him.

An outreach to Semandang children needs more teachers since attendance has grown to 170.

Missionaries seek to share the Good News with people more interested in religion.

Ping and Heidi Leong had steady electricity while studying culture and language in the city, but they're finding village life much different.

Two Lauje men are enjoying the Bible so much that they don't want to stop helping check the translation.

After many meetings and talks to sort out problems, the Sekadau church is fellowshipping again.

Dao believers want to do more to praise God so they are inventing their own stringed instruments.

God can provide even the littlest things.

In an era when a jet can whisk you to the other side of the world, it's hard to imagine there are still places that take more than two days to get to.

Sekadau believers need to work things out before ministry can continue.

Families are moving closer to attend literacy classes so they can read Bible lessons and the Scriptures in their own language.

Missionaries Cori Gervasi and Naomi Christenson prepare to minister among the Sekadau people.

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